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The NUS Green Impact programme has been in progress at UCL for the second year running. The programme encourages teams to undertake a number of actions to reduce their environmental impacts - thereby contributing to UCL's overall environmental sustainability programme. In 2011/12, 19 UCL teams signed up and completed actions as part of Green Impact. In 2012/13, 29 teams have got involved in the programme and undertaken actions ranging from the purchase of sustainable food to the use of UCL's waste reuse scheme, WarpIt. As a result of the programme, UCL was able to achieve the following More...
Published: May 2, 2013 11:55:53 AM
The next Green Champions Forum will take place on Wednesday April 10th 1-2pm in G01 Central House. Lunch will be provided. If you would like to attend please email email@example.com with the number of people and any dietary requirements. More...
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Henrietta Nasmyth (Inter Cultural Studies): la decroissance economique...
Collecting of bottles from the local bars over a two year period to line a well & also an "aljibe", which is an arabic cistern common in the Mediterranean.
We also collected Tyres to rebuild a "bancal" or terrace, another innovation in Spain developed by the Moors to maximise the use of fertile land by facilitating irrigation.
The third image is of my car, which I turfed to mark the launch of the mothers Twitter group at my daughters school; @_greenbelt; the idea being to question the girls (who are all driven to school in Landrovers) about their use of the country side, is it just there to drive past?