News & Events

25
Oct
2018

Barton Carlyle Associate interviewed by THE

Ailsa Lamont features in THE Podcast

Summary

The UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently released an urgent call to keep global warming below 1.5℃. As higher education becomes more globalized, how can universities ensure that internationalization doesn’t contribute to rising global temperatures? And should environmental sustainability studies be part of the general curriculum? 

In this podcast, Sara Custer of THE speaks with Marianne Mensah, international executive director at Université Côte d’Azur and Barton Carlyle Associate, Ailsa Lamont about the role universities play in environmental sustainability.  Vist the link here  www.timeshighereducation.com/opinion/podcast-universities-internationalisation-and-climate-change

Barton Carlyle Associates are all experienced practitioners in international education, with expertise across the spread of complex issues in our field.  Our Associates are based in Australia, Canada, UK, USA, the Middle East and Europe, bringing a best practice perspective to all our work for international educators worldwide.  For more information, go to http://www.bartoncarlyle.com/who_we_are/