Curtin University Sustainability
Sustainable development is creating a place that prospers – where people thrive and the environment is protected.
As an educational institution, Curtin must show its commitment to sustainability in its learning, teaching and research
We are helping build the University of the future.
Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute was established in January 2008, headed by Professor Peter Newman. The idea of “sustainability” in a wide range of human endeavour is a relatively new concept, but is rapidly becoming a key issue in public policy theory and practice.
Sustainability Policy is also developing as a recognised profession and a multidisciplinary research field in its own right. CUSP is a key player in the Australian Sustainable Development Institute (ASDI) encompassing a broad range of Curtin research centres and teams involved in sustainability scholarship.
CUSP welcomes PhD and Masters by research students, and is offering a coursework Master in Sustainability and Climate Policy.