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MU strives to be a leader on sustainability

“MU strives to be a leader on sustainability”
“Mahidol University commits to the Sustainable Development Goals through our research and innovation, education and community engagement for sustainable future”
Strategic issues
MU will educate and shape our staff and students with sustainability mindsets to transform into change agents for sustainable society. to transform into change agents for sustainable society aff and students with sustainability mindsets to transform into change agents for sustainable society
MU will address local and global challenges, tackle complex sustainability issues and promote sustainability actions in all research activities.
MU will embed continuous improvement of a sustainability operations.
MU will embrace a culture of well-being and sustainability throughout the campuses and promote inclusive society.
Mahidol University Sustainability Strategy

Moreover, the university has set goals and strived for sustainable development very clearly by implementing policies and operations focusing on sustainable growth of the organization along with sustainable resources usage and social development, through creating awareness and learning in behavioral changes of students and staff, to be good example for the society, bringing happiness to humanity, for true sustainable development.

By participating UI GreenMetric World University Rankings, created by University of Indonesia, a member of the International Ranking Expert Group (IREG), Mahidol University has elevated the sustainable development since 2010, passing surveys of university operations related to Green Campus and sustainable development by joining the ranking since 2010 to the present. The university also participates in Times Higher Education (THE), the English global university ranking organization, the first organization with data rankings to measure the success of universities around the globe regarding operations to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations in Thailand which is agreed to use as development framework by the international community, aiming to solve present global issues such as poverty, inequality, global warming, and peace, to support the “no one is left behind” idea. Since joining in 2019, it is expected to be successful by 2030.