Media pack

This media pack is designed to provide you with quick and relevant information about the ACTS Conference, to be used by you in your communications. It includes a range of texts and ideas, suggestions and resources that you can adapt and use in a variety of ways to help spread the news about the event. Please feel free to use the contents and promote amongst your networks, membership, events, newsletters and other.

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Conference website: conference.acts.asn.au
Registration tickets: Eventbrite
Green Gown Awards Australasia: ggaa.acts.asn.au
Facebook event: Facebook event
Hashtags: #ACTSCONF2019  #greengowns  #ggaa2019  #ggaa10year

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Summary (Call for proposals)

Short (77 words)

ACTS invites thought-provokers and change-makers to submit a proposal for the 19th International ACTS Conference, hosted by the University of Otago on the 13–15 November 2019. The ACTS Conference is one of the most highly regarded sustainability events in Australasia, developed by the sector for the sector. You can submit a proposal to present a range of sessions, particularly with a focus on engaging attendees in interactive learning relevant to the conference theme “Expanding our Impact”.

Deadline for submission: 30 May 2019.

Medium (147 words)

The annual ACTS Conference, hosted by the University of Otago on the 13–15 November 2019, will draw together a diverse group of attendees to discuss “Expanding our Impact”.

In 2019 we focus on the need for the higher education sector to expand our impact. By moving beyond just creating sustainable campuses and curricula, institutions can realise their unique potential to champion sustainable development and shape a motived generation of leaders with the skills to tackle the critical environmental, economic and socio-political challenges we face today.

ACTS invites thought-provokers and change-makers to submit a proposal for an interactive session to be included in the program of one of the most highly regarded sustainability events in Australasia, developed by the sector for the sector. The focus for all sessions is to actively engage attendees in interactive learning relevant to the conference theme “Expanding our Impact”.

Deadline for submission: 30 May 2019.

Long (235 words)

The annual ACTS Conference, hosted by the University of Otago on the 13–15 November 2019, will draw together a diverse group of attendees from across Australia and New Zealand. Sustainability practitioners and influencers, educators, students, government and business partners, and sector support representatives will come together this November to discuss “Expanding our Impact”.

In 2019 we focus on the need for the higher education sector to expand our impact. By moving beyond just creating sustainable campuses and curricula, institutions can realise their unique potential to champion sustainable development and shape a motived generation of leaders with the skills to tackle the critical environmental, economic and socio-political challenges we face today. We must recognise the urgency of these challenges and strengthen our contributions to becoming global leaders working towards a sustainable future.

ACTS invites thought-provokers and change-makers to submit a proposal for an interactive session to be included in the program of one of the most highly regarded sustainability events in Australasia, developed by the sector for the sector. The focus for all sessions is to actively engage attendees in interactive learning relevant to the conference theme “Expanding our Impact”.

This is your chance to present at a conference that features a wide range of learning and knowledge sharing opportunities: plenary sessions; inspirational case study presentations; interactive Professional Development workshops; site tours, and; facilitated networking events all feature within the 3-day program.

Deadline for submission: 30 May 2019.