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Over the last 5 years, Blackpool and The Fylde College (B&FC) has taken on the challenge of integrating sustainability across every corporate department and curriculum area. The Sustainable Development agenda has gained momentum and is now integrated into the Estates strategy, College targets and teaching plans across B&FC to the benefit of students, staff and the wider community.
The College began its sustainability journey in 2009 and took its first key steps by signing the EAUC Green declaration, appointing its first Sustainability Officer and establishing a Sustainability Committee and budget.
The College is very proud of the progress it has made over the past four years to become a more sustainable college.
With a bit of passion and persistence, the College now understands and embraces the importance of sustainability.
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