Go Green Week 2013 - 11-17 February
1st February 2013
Go Green Week is People & Planet’s annual national week of action
on climate change in schools, colleges and universities. Students hold a week of activities to raise awareness
every February and launch practical projects to showcase practical solutions
for a low-carbon future.
In 2012, over 140 schools, colleges and universities took part, inspiring thousands to take action to prevent climate change. Join the Go Green Week 2013 event on Facebook
Everything you need to know to put on a great Go Green Week:
• Ideas for Activities
for your Go Green Week.
• Step-by-step guide
to plan a great Go Green Week
• Download the Go Green Week Action Guide & amazing design elements
• Join in the national action
and get your University a fund for sustainability projects.
• Book a Go Green workshop
to get your school & college students inspired.
Uni Staff Pack
School / College Pack
Get your Uni making climate pledges during Go Green Week.
Go Green Week have teamed up with the DoNation
for Go Green Week 2013 so that staff and students can make pledges to cut carbon
. Using the simple Go Green Week pledge site
, you can ask fellow students and staff to make personal climate pledges to do simple, green actions. Together we’ll try to collect as many carbon-saving pledges as possible and at the end of the week you’ll be able to see how much carbon your university has saved.
For more Information visit http://peopleandplanet.org/gogreenweek
Search the Sustainability Exchange during Go Green Week or why not today!
Leading organisations from across the further and higher education sector joined forces to create the ‘Sustainability Exchange
’ the UK’s first centralised information portal and online community for the sector, sharing a wealth of information, experience and resources that are available to everyone
Registration is free and simple
, EAUC Members do not need to register, just log in using your email and EAUC password. For non-members just follow the on screen instructions, all we need to register you as a user is your name, email address, organisation and a password.
For more information on the Sustainability Exchange
and to view our resources, please visit: www.sustainabilityexchange.ac.uk