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In August 2014, a removable flood barrier was installed to the entrance of Barnes Wallis, on Shakespeare Street (Nottingham) in response to previous flash flooding...
In this EAUC Member Spotlight, see how the University of Nottingham uses sustainability as one of their guiding principles, to which it takes a holistic approach.
In 2012 the University of Nottingham launched a 'How green is your lab competition', kick-starting multiple programmes for long term change.
Nottingham Trent University’s (NTU) estate comprises over 240 hectares of land across its three campuses, ranging from city centre to farmland.
The Rosalind Franklin refurbishment has been a cornerstone in the School of Science and Technology teaching and learning facilities at Nottingham Trent University.
An area of Interface Biosfera carpet tiles were used to create a separate space in the main Conference exhibition room. This area covered 5 meters by 4 meters with a variety of...
In this resource you can download and view the job description and person specification for Nottingham Trent University's Environmental Assistant, June 2013.
NTU’s Student Eco Video project is a work-based learning initiative enabling undergraduates & staff to engage with & promote the university’s commitment to...
The University of Nottingham wanted to extend their sustainability strategy beyond our estates and research into their core business of teaching and learning.
Future Factory provides comprehensive support to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the East Midlands region to improve both sustainability and business strength.
Commencing in April 2010, this survey gives an invaluable insight into the use of the NTU estate, recording the utilisation of over 300 rooms every hour.
In this EAUC Member Spotlight, see how Nottingham Trent University is an organisation making positive efforts to reduce the effect its activities have on the environment.
Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is the first University to receive the Silver Food for Life Catering Mark by the Soil Association for producing a large volume of student meals
The Big Wheel: Turning transport around,a website developed by the Greater Nottingham Transport Partnership, local universities and Sustrans.