Legal update for EAUC Members (June 2013) which includes new CRC order, red tape challenge, climate change levy, industrial emissions directive
The carbon report from the EAUC annual conference 2013 from data covering energy, waste, water, travel and accommodation.
A report which demonstrates the total carbon emissions from the EAUC Annual Conference 2013 including emissions from energy, water, waste, accommodation, and travel.
A presentation from the EAUC annual conference 2012 on measuring scope 3 travel data
A presentation from the EAUC Annual Conference 2012 on Scope 3 emissions including a case study from De Montfort University.
The Carbon Trust CO2 conversion factors which link in with the Defra values.
An office guide to calculate carbon emissions for colleges/ universities. An easier to read interpretation of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol!
Carbon offsetting is recommended at Loughborough University where a donation is given and the money goes to planting trees to offset travel related carbon emissions.
A tool which makes it easy to find out which top ten new cars have the lowest CO2 in their class.
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.
A summary of the CRC text taken from the Chancellor's 2012 Autumn Statement.
Here is a project summary of the LGM HEFCE funded project, led by Harper Adams University College to develop Carbon Management Strategies.
A case study on Oxford University reducing energy use from out-of-hours working in research buildings
EAUC Member responses with Members’ experience on measurable mandatory tender criteria for building contractors regarding travel to and from university site with respect...
A toolkit to provide pathways that will lead us to a clean, safe and energy healthy 2050 developed by the DECC
A research report to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs by the Stockholm Environment Institute and the University of Sydney.
The AUDE Toolkit for a Sustainable Estate consists of tools and guidance. It assists estates professionals make best use of the physical assets of their university.
A Carbon Trust report on how non-domestic buildings can play a leading role in the UK's transition to a low carbon economy.
In October 2012 Glasgow Caledonian University hosted a Sustainable Procurement Topic Support Network focussed on Scope 3 Supply Chain (procurement) emissions.
This resource takes you to a page on the Carbon Trust's website which outlines the support offered to public sector bodies.