Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability Center

Climate change and environmental degradation pose existential threats to our planet and its inhabitants. Recognizing the urgency of these challenges, the university proposes the establishment of the Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability Center (CCESC).

The CCESC will be a dynamic institution dedicated to:

  • Vision: Leading the global effort towards a resilient and sustainable future, where human well-being thrives in harmony with the environment, through innovative research, collaboration, and education.
  • Mission: Advancing knowledge, fostering collaboration, and catalyzing action to address the interconnected challenges of climate change and environmental sustainability.

The CCESC aims to achieve its mission through the following objectives:

  • Research: Conduct cutting-edge research on climate science, biodiversity, renewable energy, sustainable agriculture, and ecosystem resilience.
  • Innovation: Develop innovative solutions and technologies for climate change mitigation, biodiversity conservation, and sustainable development.
  • Collaboration: Foster collaboration and knowledge exchange among academics, government, industry, and civil society stakeholders.
  • Education & Outreach: Empower individuals and communities through education, outreach, and capacity-building initiatives.
  • Policy Advocacy: Advocate for evidence-based policies and practices that promote environmental sustainability and social equity.


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The proposed CCESC at BBSUTSD will offer a range of services to advance environmental knowledge, empower stakeholders, and support sustainable practices. These services include:

  • Postgraduate Diploma in Health, Safety & Environment (HSE): The CCESC will offer a specialized postgraduate diploma program in Health, Safety & Environment (HSE). This program will equip professionals with the knowledge and skills to manage environmental risks, implement sustainable practices, and ensure workplace safety.
  • Trainings & Short Courses: The CCESC will provide a variety of training programs and short courses on various environmental and sustainability topics. These courses will cater to diverse audiences, including students, professionals, and community members. Examples of potential training topics include:
    • Climate change science and adaptation strategies
    • Renewable energy technologies and applications
    • Sustainable waste management practices
    • Environmental impact assessment methodologies
    • Green building design and construction
    • Environmental policy and regulations
  • Consultancy on Environment and Climate Change: The CCESC will offer consultancy services to organizations, government agencies, and industries seeking guidance on environmental challenges and climate change mitigation strategies. The center's expertise will be available to support clients in areas such as:
    • Developing environmental sustainability plans
    • Conducting environmental audits and assessments
    • Implementing green technologies and practices
    • Building capacity for environmental management
    • Complying with environmental regulations

By offering these comprehensive services, the CCESC will serve as a valuable resource for individuals, organizations, and communities seeking to address environmental challenges and promote a sustainable future.

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Name: Engr. Abdul Shakoor Shaikh, Focal Person, CCESC Establishment

The CCESC will actively encourage and support innovative projects and ideas on climate change and environmental sustainability from faculty members, researchers, and students. This will include:

  • Internal Funding Opportunities: Providing seed funding to support the development of promising research proposals.
  • Mentorship Programs: Connecting students and researchers with experienced faculty members for guidance and support.
  • Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Facilitating workshops and seminars to foster collaboration across academic disciplines.

Furthermore, the CCESC will prioritize its focus on areas aligned with the SDGs. The center's research, education, and outreach activities will be strategically designed to support the university's contributions to achieving these goals in various forms. This may include:

  • Identifying Priority SDGs: Conducting a stakeholder engagement process to determine the most pressing environmental issues in the region and aligning research efforts accordingly.
  • Developing educational programs that address specific SDG targets, such as sustainable water management or climate change adaptation strategies.
  • Engaging with local communities on sustainable practices, such as promoting renewable energy use or waste reduction initiatives.
  • Informing policy decisions by providing policymakers with research findings and recommendations related to environmental sustainability.