Sustainable Cities and Communities

Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.

Mahidol University strives on being a leader in sustainability in response to the United Nations Sustainability Development Agenda 2030. The university has developed academic activities, research, and people for sustainable communities in consideration of efficient uses of resources, social equality, and better life quality of its faculty, staff, students, and surrounded communities with its 4 sustainability strategies; Research and Innovation, Education, Community and Social Participation, and Management. The university attaches great importance to infrastructure and the way people live in the society. As economic development brings area expansion and advancement, creating a number of new buildings, especially in large cities, accessible and thorough infrastructure must be provided along with basic transportation, good and safe environment conducive to all groups, gender, and ages of people, to live equally with great quality of life. Ready to be a part of infrastructure and economic development, Mahidol University promotes all areas to access quality infrastructure equally by hosting activities that elevate life quality of people in communities and remote areas, allowing surrounding communities to access its public areas of the campus such as clinics, museum, exercising and recreational areas, green spaces, cultural grounds, music hall, as well as providing resources and knowledge for general people free of charge to promote the eleventh Sustainable Development Goal