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NUS are really proud to be able to publish our full report on Students’ Green Fund – demonstrating the incredible impact which our movement’s 25 transformational...
This presentation is from the “Challenging Connections” EAUC Annual Conference 2015, presented by The University of Nottingham, HEFCE and University of Bradford.
AUDE's winter 2015 issue includes new £50m state-of-the-art building goes ahead at UWE and first zero carbon Business School in the UK to open at Essex.
The University of Manchester used £2.2m funding from the HEFCE/Salix Revolving Green Fund (RGF) to implement energy efficient technologies. This is how they made improvements to...
HEFCE and Salix formed a partnership in 2008 and established a 50:50 investment of £20m. Today, there is approximately a client base of 55 clients
The HEFCE presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2014 outlining the sustainable development framework
A video of NUS Students' Green Fund, a £5 million grant from HEFCE, supporting 25 transformative sustainability projects in students' unions across England.
Topical information for managers and others in audit, estates, finance and administration in higher education institutions
The Revolving Green Fund provides recoverable grants to institutions for projects investing in energy-efficiency and low-carbon technologies to reduce their carbon emissions
The HEFCE presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2013 outlining a new strategy for sustainable development
A presentation about the launch of the Students' Green Fund at the 2013 EAUC Annual Conference.
A presentation by Joanna Simpson from the EAUC 13th Annual Conference 2009.
The EcoCampus encourages and rewards universities for moving towards environmental sustainability and therefore good operational and management practice.
A project that designed, implemented and evaluated a suite of social software applications, to encourage positive changes.
Here is a project summary of the LGM HEFCE funded project, led by Harper Adams University College to develop Carbon Management Strategies.
E-procurement (electronic procurement) refers to the purchase and sale of supplies, goods and services through the internet or other information and networking systems.
HEFCE's Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF) supports HEIs' knowledge exchange activities and interactions with business and the wider community