COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: The project has called for engagement with a number of different knowledge-based communities:
1. Interviews with 23 academic and business experts in at Birmingham City University England to better understand: the key drivers and facilitators for sustainable development in Mexico; the obstacles that restrict sustainable development; ways to reduce or eradicate such obstacles and restrictions; how the Higher Education sector might contribute to the promotion and achievement of sustainable development.
2. 28 questionnaires administered to Design academics in 8 Mexican private universities and 6 Mexican public universities.
3. Case studies at four campuses of Tecnológico de Monterrey, using: questionnaires to students, graduates and professors; observation and photographic analysis; open ended “walking interviews”.
4. Interventions in Tecnologico de Monterrey, Puebla classes: interviews with students to gather data on their responses to the development of sustainability competencies.
PARTNERS: NOVUS / Tec de Monterrey . Funding to develop the Online Space to promote the development of Sustainable Development Competencies. Birmingham City University, UK . The project is part of a PhD study that the project leader is undertaking (August 2016-September 2020) at Birmingham City University (BCU), UK.