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The Leeds Living Lab brings together students, academic and professional staff to co-produce innovative and transformational solutions to real-world sustainability challenges, using the University as a test-bed. It is interdisciplinary and drives continual, sustainable improvement by tackling global challenges at the local scale.
Since its launch in May 2017 the Lab has co-created nine interdisciplinary research projects, ten individual student sustainability projects, secured over £130,000 in collaborative funding, and directly engaged over 140 staff and students. The approach is quickly becoming embedded into the institution with participants from ten schools in five different Faculties, partnering with colleagues from Estates Services, Residential Services, Campus and Commercial Support and Leeds University Union.
From a campus natural capital assessment in partnership with Leeds City Council and the Woodland Trust, to trialling the Mixed Ability Sports model in University facilities, Leeds Living Lab is a rapidly growing learning loop for collaborative sustainability research and teaching that delivers scalable and transferrable improvement.
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