The conference will bring together over 100 attendees, from a range of networks as well as every area of campus life, from the Further and Higher Education sector. Attendees include those responsible for environmental management, estates and facilities, teaching staff, as well as senior leaders and students.
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In June 2020, the Scottish Infrastructure Circular Economy Forum (SICEF) published its first white paper: Scotland's Circular Economy Call to Action for the Infrastructure...
This session offered insights from a research project entitled ‘Transition to more sustainable lives?: the impact of infrastructure and services on students’...
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