• Reduce, Reuse, Royal College of Art

    This week our cafes here at the RCA are giving people food for thought about the amount of waste they produce. We’ll be giving discount for anyone bringing their own mugs AND food containers!  We believe that the answer to reducing the waste that is filling our oceans is not Read more [...]

  • Sector39

    Sector39 are a training organisation that deliver permaculture courses, community growing projects and co-operative development. We have a special interest in working in East Africa as well as Wales

  • Llanfyllin Transtion

    We are working with our local high school and community to create a vision and pathway to carbon negative future. This is a three eyar project funded by the EU’s LEADER programme

  • Greeniversity Cardiff

    This project is now closed. For news of similar projects, please visit http://www.cardifftransition.org.uk/ or check our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/CardiffTransition

  • ENRICH (Energy Reduction in Community Hubs)

    The ENRICH project improves energy efficiency and energy management in a wide range of community buildings from community halls to churches, sports pavilions, community shops and pubs. The project’s action based approach includes auditing the buildings, running training workshops, writing blogs and guidance material etc. ENRICH, run by EiE at Read more [...]

  • Green Schools Project

    At the Guild we run volunteering projects for student to work with young people and get some valuable volunteering experience inspiring the  next generation to think sustainably.  Our Green Schools project see schools visit the University and Guild for a day of project planning, with our student volunteers then helping Read more [...]

  • Bedfordshire Green Hub

    The Bedfordshire Green Hub aims to empower students to lead sustainability action within the University of Bedfordshire and beyond. This ambitious project has received funding from the NUS Students Green Fund.  With initiatives and activities ranging from our Student Eats growing site, to our Pop Up Green Pod, our Student Read more [...]

  • Halls of Residence Re-Use Re-Love

    The University of Roehampton’s Environment Team is working with the Students’ Union to reuse and recycle all the things students don’t want to take away with them at the end of the academic year. In 2013 students dropped off unopened cans and jars of food, clothing, pots, pans, crockery, cutlery, Read more [...]

  • UCLU Volunteering Services Unit

    Hello – we’re the Volunteering Services Unit, a joint project of University College London and its students’ union, UCLU. We exist to connect UCL students with interesting volunteering work across London, with a particular focus on Camden. We’re keen to find more environmental volunteer roles for our students – if Read more [...]

  • Plant Donation

    Plant Donation Preston Environmental Forum (PEF) is gearing up for spring and planning lots of exciting environmental projects for the coming year. One of the Forum’s main projects is the Corn Exchange beds in the city centre. These are the large beds near the Corn Exchange (the old Public Hall) Read more [...]

  • GreenPad

    GreenPad is one of 25 green projects taking place around the nation as a result of the NUS Students’ Green Fund. In August 2013, Staffordshire Uni SU were successfully awarded funding to carry out the GreenPad project over two years. GreenPad will create energy efficient & sustainable student homes, and Read more [...]

  • Bright ‘n’ Green

    The Bright ‘n’ Green Project comprises a programme of activities to harness the collective power of the 21,500 student members of Brighton Students’ Union (BSU) as Green Champions for Change. The central theme of Bright ‘n’ Green is enabling students to become positive agents of change, both at the University, in their Read more [...]

  • University of Roehampton Halls Reuse

    The end of year Halls Reuse Scheme offers students leaving halls in May and June the opportunity to drop off their unwanted and reusable items for donation to charities. In 2013 students dropped off clothing, books, bedding, furniture, crockery, cutlery, pots & pans, kitchen equipment and unopened cans & jars Read more [...]

  • Growhampton

    Growhampton is a sustainability initiative with a big focus on food growing. It was established in September 2013 and is funded by the NUS Student Green Fund. Growhampton is delivered by Roehampton Student’s Union in partnership with the University of Roehampton. Our vision All students and staff at Roehampton embed Read more [...]

  • Green Dragons City University

    “Green Dragons” is an exciting new scheme by the City University London Students’ Union to help students develop skills to become community builders and leaders of change. Students will be encouraged to identify opportunities, big or small, to improve sustainability at the University or in the local community, create solutions and Read more [...]

  • UCLan Greening a University

    The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has maintained a top 10 position in the People & Planet Green League of Universities for 6 years, Sustainable Development is one of the Uni’s key Medium Term Strategies. The Uni has the Carbon Trust Standard an external standard that verifies the reduction of Read more [...]

  • COMMUNITY GARDENS THESIS

    My name is Tania Comelli and I am an Architecture student from Parma University,Italy.I’m here in London collecting material and info for my thesis aboutcommunity gardens and “urban ruralisation”. Iam interested in having contacts and meeting people working in these gardens inorder to know the legislation, management and functioning of these Read more [...]

  • University of Roehampton Halls Reuse

    The University of Roehampton Halls Reuse project aims to encourage reuse and reduce waste going to landfill. When the 1500 students in halls leave at the end of the academic year, tonnes of waste is produced. Roehampton Halls Reuse gives students the opportunity to drop off reusable kitchenware, bedding, clothing, books and food for reuse by a number of charities. 

  • Greater Manchester Hydrogen Partnership

    The Greater Manchester Hydrogen Partnership (GMHP) was set up in 2012 by Manchester Metropolitan University and Association of Greater Manchester Authorities to develop a network of hydrogen fuel cell stakeholders to bring together knowledge and skills to improve Greater Manchester’s capacity to address the challenges of grid demand, energy security and ability to Read more [...]

  • Hydrogen Hazards Centre LSBU

    Part of the Explosion & Fire Research Group at LSBU.  We have 12 years experience providing knowledge and expertise to industry on the safety of hydrogen produced or contained in a variety of sensitive environments.  We’re working with this highly-flammable gas to support its use in industrial and transport systems.

  • “Spread the warmth”

    Why waste energy? It’s more fun to… spread the warmth Turn the heat down to 21°C or less, bundle up in wacky winter clothes & buy some baked goods to raise money for Age UK – helping the elderly stay warm this winter

  • Plymouth Growing Futures

    A student /staff/community project to grow perennial edible plants around the campus of Plymouth University to promote social learning and intergroup conversation for sustainability. We are in the process of planting perennial, edible plants for all to harvest. We also help to maintain a small Physic Garden. The project has been going since April Read more [...]