This report helps inform and monitor the implementation of BREEAM and shows the scheme and rating for BREEAM developments in the UK
A report on Mandatory Carbon Reporting including methodology, timescales and benefits.
A case study with the Carbon Trust and Salford City College which demonstrates how they embedded carbon management into their organisation and developed a carbon management plan.
A case study from the Carbon Trust and Sheffield Hallam University demonstrating the development and implementation of a University-wide strategic Carbon Management Plan.
A case study with the Carbon Trust and Gloucestershire College demonstrating hoe they've been working to reduce its usage of electricity and gas.
Read more about how the Carbon Trust helped University of Cambridge make huge savings on costs and carbon.
Here is an explanation of The Carbon Trust's independent service to help public bodies understand the benefits of generating 'off-grid' energy.
A case study of a Change Agent and how they helped achieve the ambitious goals set at Transition UWS.
CarbonBuzz is a tool that will help you close the gap between calculations and actual building performance.
A presentation by David Somervell, Sustainability Adviser The University of Edinburgh about Sustainable Estate Development.
EAUC Member responses about PassivHaus standards
A case study from Sussex Downs College where an online learning tool was developed (SustainIT) to minimise carbon footprint.
A case study from South Staffordshire College about their project which extended carbon reduction/energy saving activities across all campuses.
A case study from South Thames College about a project that supported the engagement of the College with sustainability organisations within the local community to promote...
A case study from Redbridge Institute of Adult Education and their project which aimed to achieve a greener future by getting learners and staff fully involved and committed to...
The carbon report from the EAUC annual conference 2013 from data covering energy, waste, water, travel and accommodation.
A report from NUS and SITA UK aiming to improve our understanding of student attitudes and behaviours to waste and recycling, what motivates them and what barriers they are...
A report which demonstrates the total carbon emissions from the EAUC Annual Conference 2013 including emissions from energy, water, waste, accommodation, and travel.
A case study from a Green Gown Award winner about the Carbon Challenge scheme which has achieved significant savings to the university during its two years of operation.
In April 2012, University of Southampton completed the first ever campus-wide energy audit, with 255 students and staff auditing and switching off all unnecessary office...
Presentations from the EAUC annual conference 2013 on sustainable buildings and reducing carbon in heritage buildings.
At the University of Sheffield, an innovative new approach to estate management has unlocked funding for a major £3.8 million investment programme that will deliver direct...
Dawn White, Environmental Officer, City University London emailed Members asking about advice about the merits of switching off versus leaving on in stand-by mode.
The nationwide adoption of "carbon reduction commitments" by universities and colleges is exciting! Many are making a real effort to reduce energy consumption in...
High Performance Computing (HPC) is the ability to focus significant compute resources quickly and efficiently at a particular, sometimes transient, level. It ranges from...
Software, infrastructure or compute as a service needs a level of availability and fault tolerance usually only found in bespoke telecommunication environments. In most...
With energy procurement managed from central funds the “Electricity Incentivisation Scheme” (EIS) was designed to make University “departments” aware of...
Job description for the Carbon Reduction Officer at Coventry University
A paper which aims to assist senior managers deal with initiatives intended to reduce energy usage, carbon emissions, and other environmental impacts in universities and colleges
Imperial College London is committed to provide a sustainable and operable estate, despite extensive refurbishment/new build and staff/student growth.
The Carbon Management Plan commits the College to a target of reducing CO2 by 25% by 2015 & underpins potential financial savings to the institution of £58553 per year by...
Daniel Curtis, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford, asked EAUC Educational Members' Network for their assistance about the status of energy information...
A presentation which helps you to continue the learning and inspiration from the EAUC Annual Conference 2011 held at the University of York between the 11th - 13th April 2011
The elephant in the room: measuring carbon emissions from procurement, travel, waste & water
In this EAUC Member Spotlight, see how University of Warwick has embedded sustainability to become a great place to work, study and play.
In this EAUC Member Spotlight, see how the University of Winchester deal with carbon management, energy management, waste and catering in the most sustainable way.
A presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2012 about some of the projects being funded by HEFCE under the Revolving Green Funds and some good advice on how to plan for...
A set of presentations which show how institutions (HE and FE) have implemented and maintained their Carbon Management Plans and how to ensure targets are reached.
A presentation from the 2012 Conference which explores how staff within and between institutions can work together to deliver cost savings, as well as positive environmental and...
The Carbon Trust CO2 conversion factors which link in with the Defra values.
A HEEPI Report on the European Union Emission Trading Scheme, EU Environmental Performance of Buildings Directive and the proposed Carbon Reduction Commitment.
A case study of Queen's University Belfast where a new data centre was installed and then assessed with a optimisation survey.
Links to information about the Greenhouse Gas Protocol which is the most widely used international accounting tool to understand, quantify and manage emissions.
An office guide to calculate carbon emissions for colleges/ universities. An easier to read interpretation of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol!
The EAUC has published this abridged version of our forthcoming Carbon Reduction Commitment (CRC) Insight Guide to inform institutions about the CRC.
This publication helps businesses and organisations establish their carbon impact and introduces some of the key issues faced in the calculation of a carbon footprint.
A presentation given to senior managers at the University of Southampton as part of the Carbon Management Programme run by the Carbon Trust.
A report from Somerset College which saw them complete a first assessment of a wide range of environmental indicators.
This report presents the key issues, evidence and proposal for action so that the UK has credible carbon reporting mechanisms.
A report which examines the extent to which departments and executive agencies are meeting targets to make their new buildings and major refurbishments more sustainable.