In the Darwin Building there is a 7-strong team of volunteer Green Champions from a cross-section of the staff and student population. Their mission to help UCL achieve its sustainability targets is to encourage a greener-ethic in the workplace and to engage with staff on green issues. Their objective is to support UCL’s 2015 target of 5% reduction in operational waste and 85% recycling of operational waste . UCL’s Sustainability Team, the Divisional Operations Team, and Darwin’s Green Champions are working together to help you help the environment by:
The Green Champions for the Darwin Building are a committed team. Coming from a cross-section of the Darwin staff and student population, they bring an insight of green issues from the office, lab and operational environments. As part of their greening initiative, for which they have the full support of the GEE and SMB Heads of Department and the Director of the Biosciences Division, they have entered into the UCL Green Impact Award programme. As a result, they are hoping to be awarded a bronze for having achieved a range of set criteria. The audit for this award will take place in March 2013.
Darwin’s Green Champions
Antonia Ford - PhD Student
Claire Peart - PhD Student
Elizabeth Sutton-Klein - Lab Assistant
Fiona Williamson - Executive Officer, GEE
Giovanna Vinti - Lab Manager IHA
Jane Dempster - Executive Officer, Biosciences Division
Vanessa Scott - Executive Officer, SMB
Contact any one of the team with any green issues in Darwin or with any suggestions you might have on how Darwin can become more environmentally friendly.
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