Quick! There are just days left to sign up for two free training opportunities, unique to Cambridge students. Read on for full details as well as news of a trailblazing project to introduce sustainable takeaway containers to Cambridge Colleges.
Happy reading and fingers crossed for some sunshine on this long weekend!
We can check books out of the library all the time so why can't we do the same with reusable takeaway containers? Now we can thanks to the team at RE.USE helping Cambridge Colleges make sustainable choices.
Last chance to sign up for FREE practical experience as well as a unique insight into sustainability here at Cambridge. All sessions take place remotely, no technical knowledge is needed and you'll come away with a certificate from IEMA.
Learn more about the climate emergency from certified Carbon Literacy trainers. The training is completely free of charge and will take place remotely on 10 and 17 May. Hurry, you only have until 1 May to apply!
Over 130 people have taken part to help us better understand why sustainable transport isn't an option for everyone, but just 13% of respondents are students. Join this important conversation today and help give students a voice.
In 2020 Churchill College planted over 100 trees and changed its investment policy to align with responsible investment principles. Plans are now afoot to remove natural gas, introduce green roofs and plant an additional five acres of meadow. Read on for more!
Every year St John's College donates approximately 50 bikes to Recycle Your Cycle. The charity provides prisoners with the skills and qualifications to refurbish bikes which are then donated on to other charities. Could your College support a similar scheme and reduce waste to landfill?