Glasgow Kelvin Velocity is a project designed by a group of the Glasgow Kelvin College’s Support for Learning students and staff, aimed at encouraging outdoor and cycling...
Palm oil and palm oil derivatives are ubiquitous within food-stuffs, cleaning products, cosmetics and the supply chain of these items
Attendees learned about the steps taken towards developing carbon negative products.
From research to practice: Developing interventions with influence. Bring Your Own Bowl (BYOB) is a food waste behaviour change and student community building intervention.
The session enabled delegates to influence their own universities to achieve zero carbon by creating a collaborative approach into the future.