This presentation, taking the HullUTravel project as a case study, is from the 2014 Annual Conference and gives ideas, information on funding opportunities and examples of...
Presentation from 18th EAUC Annual Conference 2014 by Dr. Louise Ellis, Head of Sustainability and James Dixon-Gough, Sustainability Officer, University Leeds.
Ian Brown has driven the College’s vision to be a sustainable organisation at the heart of its community; identifying, developing & embedding new environmental schemes...
Clive Wilson is both a leader and engager in equal measure. As a leader Clive initiated Ecoversity, one of the first full institution sustainability programmes in our sector.
The fresh, fast and local food procurement project The University of York's fresh, fast & local food procurement initiative has resulted in a reduction in food miles...
GLEE, the University of Bradford’s Student Experience enhancement project that has radically improved the old, inefficient learning environment of the City Campus Library.
The Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence (GCCE) is an internationally leading academic facility for pioneering pure and applied green and sustainable chemical research.
The University of Sheffield and ReCycle Bikes are working together to provide students with reliable, cheaper alternatives to new bikes.
This is the plan for the University of Sheffield's wildflowers on campus for 2014.
EAUC Member responses collating information on creating wildflower meadows. Includes a case study from University of Sheffield on their proposed areas for wildflowers.
The Sustainable Garden at the University of Leeds has now officially opened. Founded through a partnership between the Sustainability Team, the Grounds and Garden team and Leeds...
A case study from the Carbon Trust and Sheffield Hallam University demonstrating the development and implementation of a University-wide strategic Carbon Management Plan.
A case study about a Change Agent who was tasked with delivering Green Impact at the University of Sheffield.
These resources were made available following the Green Academy Change Programme Residential held 30 April - 1 May 2013 in Leeds.
The project comprised design and build of an insulated aluminium rainscreen and window replacement.
Phase 1 overcladding of the University of Bradford’s Richmond Building was completed in 2006 – Phase II was undertaken nearly 10 years later!
A case study of when the University asked EMSc to demonstrate why the Powerstar voltage optimisation should be chosen to help improve their energy efficiency.
With a target of a 24,400 tonne reduction in CO2 emissions by 2020, ‘italladdsup’ was designed to grab attention, increase the importance of energy reduction.
From 2007 we’ve operated a very successful and holistic programme of waste minimisation projects using all of the elements of the waste hierarchy.
Built for the same cost as traditional student accommodation, The Green is University of Bradford’s final piece of the jigsaw in the Ecoversity Programme.