The EAUC is a Member-led organisation. We represent you, and ensure that your views on topical issues are conveyed to the rest of the sector and to the Government. One important...
Bookings are now open for the fourth EAUC-Scotland Conference! The Conference will take place on Wednesday 22nd February 2017 at the University of...
Useful Online Toolkit for helping organisations to implement travel work plans.
All 44 Universities and Colleges in Scotland have become full affiliate members of Electronics Watch, facilitated via their membership of APUC.
The Scotland Forum is a chance for everyone to discuss and contribute to the activities and direction of the EAUC Scotland office, with a particular focus this...
The University of St Andrews and partners Vital Energi have won a major national award at the Scottish Green Energy Awards 2016 for the biomass energy centre at the...
The £25 million Biomass Energy Centre & District Heating Network for the University of St Andrews has been celebrated at one of Scotland’s most prestigious...
The University published it's new Climate Strategy which sets out a whole institution approach and new long term carbon reduction targets. You can view the...
The Committee on Climate Change produces an annual report on progress towards Climate Change goals.
Information on Scottish Environment as Health Service with useful links on well-being through environment.
Scottish Environment Protection Agency Annual Report and Accounts 2015-2016
Webinar and Resources by Zero Waste Scotland on how to finance resource efficiency projects.
Report highlighting a key resource that the public sector can use to improve low carbon behaviours and practices within the workplace and others.
Resources for the Waste Management Topic Support Network November 2016, University of Edinburgh
'How to' Guide by the Scottish Government on how people can engage in Climate Conversations.
Environmental Sustainability Conference Napier University Documents from 2015
Students from Fife College created a low carbon lunch at the Fife Environmental Partnership Conference and Fair.
Enhance is a research project which is taking a Living Lab approach to understanding and reducing energy demand in public sector buildings.
Review of food and packaging waste recycling at Queen Margaret University
Seminar commissioned by the Scottish Government by Tom Crompton on what role values play in building commitment to social and environmental change.