Recognising that students and staff must work together to achieve goals using "topdown method" and "grass roots method" to achieve maximum understanding and engagement across an institution.
The UK and Australasia winners of the Student and Staff Engagement (Student Initiatives) category go head-to head for the coveted "International Green Gown Awards 2013". Find out more.
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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
C-change is the overarching brand for sustainability related engagement at the University of Brighton.
In 2012 the University of Nottingham launched a 'How green is your lab competition', kick-starting multiple programmes for long term change.
An innovative project using students to do an online Green Deal pre assessment survey of 260 student houses as part of a broader approach to maximise the uptake of the Green...
The Greenspace Biodiversity Group has undertaken extensive engagement in biodiversity awareness, monitoring and enhancement across the University.
A red hot social enterprise - The Cheltenham Chilli Company The aim of the project was simple; get students producing their own food sustainably.
GoGreen movement is about creating opportunities to make a difference starting with small actions and aiming to big changes toward sustainability.
Grow Allot is an exciting initiative created by the City College Plymouth to restore an area of disused ground at its Kings Road site into an allotment style, community garden.
“That bit extra” promotes engaging projects that has included everything from plants to pants.
The Finalists' brochure gives you an overview of each of our Finalists' and about their initiatives