In 2022, 79 units directly related to SDG7 were offered across Monash University, with a total enrolment of 5,383 individual students.

The units highlighted below are a small sample of the units at Monash relating to affordable and clean energy:

The Monash Business School Sustainable Futures Challenge (SFC) is a bespoke learning program developed in partnership with the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP), research consultancy InceptLabs and the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) to engage students in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

For the inaugural challenge in 2022, student teams tackled SDG 7 to help deliver energy transitions for the Asia-Pacific region. During the intensive 10-day program, multidisciplinary teams collaborated to undertake independent research, create stakeholder analyses, and find holistic solutions to the problem. The Resilient Energy and Cybersecurity Technologies Toolkit (REACTT) Toolkit – a knowledge toolbox to provide policy advice to governments on the risk management component of energy transformation – was named best overall solution by UNESCAP.

Other SDGs:

SDG 4 Quality Education