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This webpage is maintained by UCL's environmental sustainability team, details of the team members' roles are below.
UCL also has a network of Green Champions.
UCL Environmental Sustainability Team
Head of Environmental Sustainability - Richard Jackson
Since taking up his position at University College London in 2011, Richard Jackson has been leading the development and implementation of UCL's environmental sustainability strategy. Currently creating the new ES team at the University, Richard is putting focus on developing the University’s strategy and taking forward some immediate projects.
Sustainability Manager (Waste and Resources) - Tony Overbury
Tony is looking at the materials coming into UCL, how they are used and how they are disposed of, with a view to minimising the amount of material entering the waste stream. He is also the programme manager for the UCL Green Impact programme and is involved with other behaviour change initiatives. Tony provides single point of contact support to UCL Union and SLASH - the School of Arts & Humanities, Laws, Social & Historical Sciences and SSEES.
Sustainability Manager (Energy) - David Anderson
David Anderson is the focal point for all energy management matters at UCL.
Sustainability Manager (Environmental Systems) - Beverley Cook
Beverley has over 16 years experience in the field of Environment and Sustainability. She joined the team in 2012 to help to develop the strategic sustainability framework and management system, progressing our work on EcoCampus; as well as working across teams to start to embed environmental requirements into the UCL culture.
Sustainability Manager (Environmental Management Systems and BREEAM) - Stephanie Chesters
Stephanie joined the team in November 2012, supporting teams to incorporate sustainability objectives into construction and other projects across the UCL estate. She is also developing the tools of our Environmental Sustainability Management System (ESMS), supporting our work on EcoCampus, and working across teams to start to embed the ESMS principles into the UCL culture.
Sustainability Stakeholder and Communications Coordinator - Rosemary Willatt
Rosemary joined the team in June 2012 and is working on communications and engagement such as the Green Impact UCL and Green Innovation UCL programmes. To find out what we're up to and how you can get involved in Green UCL, see our What's Happening page.