Px3 Carbon Reduction & Net Zero Toolkit for Public Sector IT
Exploring digital carbon footprints The hidden environmental cost of the digital revolution and the steps universities and colleges can take to address it.
UK Universities Purchasing Consortia (UKUPC) - Responsible Procurement Glossary
Labs can be one of the most resource-intensive spaces in our institutions. In this webinar we look at two difference approaches and perspectives to make our laboratories...
Our EAUC-Scotland Conference 2019, entitled the Elephants in the Room, included several breakout sessions. This page contains the resources from the workshop on Carbon and...
This session represented a real opportunity to spend some time hearing about some working single-use plastic reduction initiatives within the sector at both an institutional...
WRAP - Guardians of Grub
City - University of London Fairtrade Fortnight initiatives
Palm Oil and Biodiversity Webinar
Looking to engage with your Information Technology Department on sustainability? Find more information through the Sustainability Engagement Guide
Embedding Sustainability within University procurement – pioneers, pitfalls, priorities
The session gave an in-depth overview into the impact that food choices have on our health, environment and communities and how institutions have the power to positively...
On Wednesday 30th August 2017, the Sustainable Procurement Topic Support Network met to receive updates from the Sustainable Procurement Leaders Group and HEPA National...
Resources from the 'Building Socially Responsible Institutions' from the EAUC-Scotland Conference 2017.
Presentation from the 'Building Socially Responsible Institutions' Summit at the EAUC-Scotland 2017.
All 44 Universities and Colleges in Scotland have become full affiliate members of Electronics Watch, facilitated via their membership of APUC.
This paper sets out the future strategic approach for the materials category within the BREEAM schemes.
The RE:NEW framework is designed to help organisations procure energy reduction and generation measures efficiently, effectively and economically.
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