Over the past few decades, politicians and campaigners have brought sustainability to the centre of university life. Now, with crackdowns on climate-change ‘deniers’ and mandatory sustainability training for students and staff, sustainability has established itself as a powerful orthodoxy – which academics challenge at their peril. In a groundbreaking new report, the US-based National Association of Scholars (NAS) argues that sustainability is the biggest threat to academic freedom today. To find out more, we spoke to NAS president, and co-author of the report, Peter Wood.
Read the NAS’s full report here.
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