This category recognises those institutions that are starting their sustainability journey and is only open to those who have not applied for a Green Gown Award previously. Initiatives could include those which have achieved significant sustainability achievements in a relative short period and/or with a restricted budget, e.g. quick wins, good progress from a low base in a short period of time. Applications must show how learning from others has been implemented. Applications must show substantial commitment from senior management and go beyond legal compliance.
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The 2014 Green Gown Awards Winners’ Brochure which explores the journeys all these institutions have taken.
The purchase of a real-time energy management system called Eniscope in August 2013 enabled Dundee and Angus College to identify any hidden energy leaks
Students have benefitted from experiencing practical, outdoor activities that are environmentally sound and of benefit to the wider community.
“Catching the Carbon Culprits” is a holistic approach to preventing energy wastage. Heat was escaping through poor insulation and lights were being left on...
Glasgow Caledonian University has set the wheels in motion for a project where bikes are transforming lives. reCYCLE has been recognised as contributing to a 2014 Games Legacy...
E-Collegey was launched at Uxbridge College in 2012 to boost participation in green activities and encourage awareness of sustainability issues.
EAUC is delighted and proud to announce the Green Gown Awards finalists 2014 - all vying for the most prestigious recognition of best practice within the tertiary education sector.