Recognising facility and service excellence across an institution and how sustainability aspects are embedded throughout.
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Winners’ brochure from the Green Gown Awards 2013, now in their 9th year, recognise the exceptional sustainability initiatives being undertaken by tertiary education
Many business premises, areas of public land, historic buildings and even airports use grazing as a way of managing their grass areas.
Looking to continually improve, Durham University’s Procurement Service has worked collaboratively with senior management, suppliers and internal stakeholders to improve...
The fresh, fast and local food procurement project The University of York's fresh, fast & local food procurement initiative has resulted in a reduction in food miles...
Coventry University’s grounds team have created an interactive campus for fun, learning and research replacing places of traditional planting and bedding .
To meet the University’s target of a 30% carbon reduction, the Catering department analysed its carbon footprint and identified ways to improve environmental performance.
Nottingham Trent University’s (NTU) estate comprises over 240 hectares of land across its three campuses, ranging from city centre to farmland.
Manchester Veg People is a multi-stakeholder co-operative of local organic growers and buyers who are working together to develop a new model for the local food supply chain.
GLEE, the University of Bradford’s Student Experience enhancement project that has radically improved the old, inefficient learning environment of the City Campus Library.
The Finalists' brochure gives you an overview of each of our Finalists' and about their initiatives