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NUS Green Impact Bronze

UPDATE: We've got a Bronze Award! There's still lots to do to achieve gold for our sustainable working practices, and we're looking for volunteers to help us develop some fun and interesting initiatives.

The Green Impact team is committed to ensuring our department and the way we work supports the institutional environmental sustainability policy. We are currently focusing on the Radcliffe Primary Care Building and are working with our Gibson Building Champion to support the Gibson Building.

Green Impact is an initiative led by the National Union of Students, and in our department is part of the Better Workplace Group. Our departmental senior champion is Louise Locock, and our undergraduate student representative is Alice Jones (Trinity College).

If you have questions, tips or ideas - or you would like to join the team, please feel free to contact Karen Morecroft. 

Take 5 minutes out - watch the birds from your desk!

RSPB Feeder Cam - Live. What can you spot?

Green Impact Team:

The RPC Building's photovoltaic array generates almost enough to power two average UK homes for a year.

Our building uses a rainwater recovery system to flush the toilets.

Our intelligently controlled night cooling strategy saves energy.