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The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) Environmental Sustainability Report 2014/15 presents LSE’s sustainability developments and achievements from the last academic year, including research, carbon emissions cuts and LSE’s decision to divest from unethical industries.
The report covers four key areas: leadership and governance, campus operations, teaching and research, and engagement and community.
Highlights include LSE research to help European cities become more energy efficient and liveable; the ‘Global Apollo Programme’ to drive climate change up the global policy agenda; and closer to home, a £2m investment in energy-efficiency retrofits that will cut LSE’s carbon footprint by 8%.
1 The report became the main ‘face’ of our achievements when communicating with the LSE community and the wider public
2 Articulates a unified vision of LSE’s sustainability work across teaching, research, public impact, and operations
3 Good governance is key to good reporting.
The number one resource
for sustainability in post-16 education