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This session explored the role of UWE in influencing city scale decarbonisation.
From research to practice: Developing interventions with influence. Bring Your Own Bowl (BYOB) is a food waste behaviour change and student community building intervention.
Palm oil and palm oil derivatives are ubiquitous within food-stuffs, cleaning products, cosmetics and the supply chain of these items
Hands on Bristol - Live Architecture Lab
Green UWE Bristol - 21 good things at Frenchay campus, University of the West of England.
In October 2015, UWE opened the Whole Earth? exhibition on its Frenchay Campus. In response to this powerful call to action the President of the Students’ Union challenged...
Jim Longhurst, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Environment and Sustainability - University of the West of England, Bristol Jim Longhurst has transformed...
Our Green City: Global challenges, Bristol solutions Our Green City celebrated and showcased UWE academics and Bristol based sustainability organisations to develop public...
We hope you enjoy this brief journey through some of the visual highlights of Bristol's Green Capital year.
A student led ESD initiative, reflecting a commitment to offering students opportunities to learn about issues of global importance such as environmental awareness &...
The University of Bristol has been continuously improving in all areas of sustainability; reducing carbon emissions by 2,000 tonnes, 76% of waste diverted from landfill,...
This resource gives you an insight into the internal Environmental Group's, terms of reference at the University of Bristol.
This resource consists of the environmental legislation at the University of Bristol.
This resource consists of the environmental policy at the University of Bristol.
University of Bristol have provided an Energy & Water Checklist that can be adapted and implemented in a HE or FE institution.
In this EAUC Member Spotlight, see how University of Bristol has had success in reducing its environmental impact over the last ten years.
This note has been compiled by the Energy and Environmental Management Unit (EEMU) to outline legislation relating to Duty of Care, at the University of Bristol.