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The University's sustainability newsletter.
Student Edition Issue 119, February 2021
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Dear students,

We know that more of you than ever expect your university to be actively incorporating and promoting sustainability. Here at Cambridge we are continuing to listen, learn and act, which is why we're delighted to share the University's latest Environmental Sustainability Report with you all.

In a year like no other, we still have plenty of progress to report on thanks to people like you who have been part of creating a sustainable university. You can watch a video of our highlights or find further information in the full 2019-20 report. 

Happy reading!


The Sustainability Team
Are your opinions on environmental issues being heard? 

Do you feel your views are included in environmental decision-making and policy within the University/Colleges? If you're a current student at the University then take this 5-minute survey to have your say. 

Climate Futures: Youth Perspectives (9-18 March)

 
This FREE four-part virtual conference will explore young peoples' thoughts on environmentalism, stewardship of the natural world, grassroots activism, and the limitations or possibilities of representative democracy and international collaboration. 

Every year the University throws out over 1 million single-use items


Want to know whether research or deliveries produce the most single-use waste? Read on for the full results of our Single Out Survey. Can you recognise similar patterns in your halls or College?

Want to collaborate with local Council Members to help new policies?

 

With CUSPE's Policy Challenge you'll get the chance to research topics, including the environment and education, specifically selected by Cambridgeshire County Council Members. Register to join the launch event or find out more here.
Upcoming events 
 
Advanced materials for a sustainable society, 2-3 March 
The Henry Royce Institute Student Summit 2021 is a two-day virtual conference aimed at doctoral students undertaking work in materials-related subjects. 

Policy writing workshop, 4 March
Do you want to learn how to influence policy makers and better explain the significance of your research? This workshop covers writing skills as well as how to provide civil servants and ministers with the information they need to make change. Sign up online.

The Cambridge Festival, 26 March - 4 April
This year's festival includes a whole host of environmental events from citizen science in conservation to mathematics as a tool for tackling climate change. Book your place online now.

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