The University is ranked 1st in the world – for the second year running – for the specific goal of “Climate Action”.
Times Higher Education has announced that the University of Tasmania is ranked 5th in the world for its performance against the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
The University is ranked 3rd in the world for the “Life below Water” goal and 4th in the world for the “Life on Land” goal.
The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings are global performance tables that assess more than 1500 universities from 110 countries against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.
The work of the Climate Futures team, other important climate science research at UTAS, and outreach initiatives like Curious Climate Schools, have been integral to this accolade for the university.