The world needs a TASK™Force!
If the world and organizations need experts capable of solving specific problems in their field, given the stakes, their interconnections and the urgency, it is now essential to massify sustainability acculturation and ensure that a growing number of graduates and professionals have a sufficient understanding of sustainability and the ability to integrate it into their professional practices and decisions.
By launching the first international certificate of sustainability knowledge (The Assessment of Sustainability Knowledge, TASK), Sulitest aims to create a lever for systemic change that will make the understanding of sustainability a common language for all.
The Assessment of Sustainability Knowledge
The R&D committee committee supported this development by ensuring the consistency of decisions made by the operational teams. Finally, a team of external writers (experts and researchers on sustainability issues) participated in the creation of the assessment content: the questions/answers and their alignment with the TASK™ knowledge domain.
The TASK™ knowledge area
Different sources of inspiration
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are now a well-known framework, so it was important for us to align ourselves in part with this framework.
This approach builds on the framework developed by the Stockholm Resilience Institute, which identifies nine planetary boundaries that govern the stability and resilience of the Earth system. This approach falls under the school of thought that the role of humanity, society, and the economy must fit within the Earth's systems and its physical boundaries.
The Doughnut model is based on the planetary boundaries framework and consists of two concentric rings: a social foundation, to ensure that no one lacks the essentials of life, and an ecological ceiling, to ensure that humanity does not collectively exceed the planetary boundaries that protect Earth's life support systems.
They support the initiative
Change Leader institutions
29 universities and business schools are already taking part in the Change Leaders program, committing to integrating sustainability knowledge into all programs, and certifying at least 75% of their graduate students within 3 years, with TASK™️.
List of Change Leaders : American University of Cairo (School of Business), CY Université, ECE, Ecole des Ponts ParisTech, EM Normandie, ENS Lyon, ENSEA, ENSG, ENTPE, ESCE, ESCP, ESME, ESSEC Business School, Excelia, Grenoble Ecole de Management, HEC Montreal, IESEG, IMT Business School, JUNIA, KEDGE Business School, Paris Saclay University, Sup de Vente Paris/ESSYM, UniLasalle, Toulouse Business School, YNOV, Y Schools (SCBS, Ecole Supérieure de Design de Troyes, Ecole Supérieur de Tourisme Troyes-Metz, EIME)