Sustainability strategy: Implementation and follow up
The strategy for sustainable development affects, and sets requirements for, all parts of Lund University. Faculties and other organisations within the University develop their specific strategies as well as plan and run their operations based on the strategy for sustainable development. Faculties and equivalent organisations draw up their own action plans that outline division of responsibilities, roles and resources in order to realise the visions in the strategy as well as how these plans are to be followed up, evaluated and, if required, revised. As the focus, conditions and organisation of work on sustainable development management varies between the University’s different units, these determine how the work to achieve Lund University’s shared vision and goals is to be conducted and followed up. Overall reporting, with associated evaluations of how the strategy is being implemented, is carried out annually within the framework of the annual report processes at faculty level and for Lund University as a whole.
- Managers and management groups at all levels are responsible for considering matters relating to sustainable development in decision, implementation and follow up processes.
- All employees are responsible for their work contributing to the realisation of the strategy’s intentions.