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Share your images of sustainability

Green UCL is gathering your interpretations and visualisations of key sustainability themes for their Annual Report. Winning entries will receive a £50 prize and coverage in this widely-read report.  More...

Published: Jan 28, 2015 2:42:00 PM

UCL's People & Planet University League 2015 score

Compiled by student campaigning organisation People & Planet, the University League is an independent ranking of UK universities on their environmental and ethical performance.  More...

Published: Jan 20, 2015 4:00:00 PM

Pop-up cycling cafes from London By Cycle

Never ridden a bike before but want to try? Got a new bike and looking for advice on good routes? Ride a little but wish you were more confident? Just want a free coffee and to chat about bikes? More...

Published: Jan 12, 2015 11:08:00 AM

The Christmas Switch Off: your impact

Congratulations to everyone who joined in with the Christmas Switch Off. The savings you’ve helped make really is proof that we can all play a part in improving UCL’s environmental impact.  More...

Published: Jan 9, 2015 9:50:00 AM

Laura Tamjarv (UCLU Green Economy Society): Welcome to the UCLU Green Economy Society!

Our society was established with the aim to raise awareness with students about the process of sustainable developments of economies and to create links between the wider community and university students. We provide a platform to encourage students to develop multidisciplinary knowledge of environmental issues and also a framework in which environmental topics can be discussed. With us you will have a chance to find out more about the environmental industries and careers. Our society also promotes students’ concerns about the role and the future of the environmental sector and its relation to the economy. Our ultimate event of the academic year is the Green Business Forum. The forum brings together experts from a range academic fields, as well as leading figures in industries and members of the government. Our forum is aimed at students who want to find out more about green(ing) businesses and predictions, concerns and plans for the future.