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The Sustainability Hub

The Sustainability Hub brings together everything sustainability-related that is going on here at Warwick. Have a look below at what is happening and see who is doing what. See anything interesting? Feel free to get involved!

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Projects

At any one time there can be lots of different projects all tackling some aspect of sustainability at Warwick, all running at the same time. Have a look at what's going on, and feel free to add your own project.

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Sherbourne Energy Trial
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UniDrive
Warwick Nest concept art
Warwick Nest
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UniGreenScheme
Warwick Allotment Society
Allotment Society
Sustainable Warwick Network
SWaN
Circular Economy Research Network
CERN
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People working on sustainability

In this section we hope to bring together everyone at Warwick who's working on sustainability - students, researchers, staff... you're all welcome to be part of the Hub.

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Felipe Cicaroni Fernandes
Bio-based polymers and composites from waste vegetable oil
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Christina Froemder
Modifications of thermoplastics using recycled carbon fibre
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Nigel Dyer
Water cavitation systems as an energy source
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Julia Kolodko
Research behavioural science - environmental behaviours, such as reducing littering
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Alastair Smith
Education for Sustainable Development
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Rob Lillywhite
Sustainable agri-food and healthcare systems
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John Pickering
Habitability, biosemiotics and process philosophy
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Guannan Hu
Zeolite coating for conversion of methanol to gasoline
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Yorck Ramachers
Real-time water quality monitoring
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Donal Connolly
Reducing energy consumption by students living on campus
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Sumedha Basu
Multi-level political systems and urban energy governance in India
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Elena Riva
Interdisciplinary approaches to water issues
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Leon Sealey-Huggins
The social dimensions of sustainability and education for sustainable development
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Fadi Assad
Motion Profiles Design for a Better Energy Consumption in Automation Applications
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Mark Jarvis
Monitoring and reporting Energy and Water usage, Carbon emissions and cost
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Lavinia Bianchi
Developing adsorption technology that uses innovative porous materials
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David Mond
Team-taught IATL module "Challenges of Climate Change"
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Alex Bevis
Real-time digital energy usage infographics
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James Smith
Development of interdisciplinary research activity
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Victor Yip
Leading the Nest Project on campus
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Joanne Wale
IATL Academic Manager supporting sustainability courses
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David Chapman
Anything and everything to do with sustainability
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Frederik Dahlmann
Companies integrating the SDGs
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Ellie Martus
Environmental politics in the former Soviet Union
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Sam Cruickshank
Improving biodiversity and sustainability wherever I can - tree planting and botany surveys
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Societies and Groups

Modules

If you'd like to study sustainability as part of your course, here's what we have on offer:

Sustainability: Frameworks, Challenges and Opportunities
Sustainable Energy Systems
Challenges of Climate Change
Achieving Sustainability: Potentials and Barriers
Experimental Ecologies
Thinking Water
Habitability in the Universe (covers as part of the module Sustainability and Habitability on Earth)

Dissertations

An NUS-run scheme that connects students with organisations to complete research projects together into social, economic and environmental sustainability.

Postgraduate courses

Agronomy for the 21st Century
Develop skills to design and evaluate the next generation of low environmental impact automotive products
Use science and engineering to invent, create, design, develop, or improve technologies which promote the well-being of communities which are facing grand humanitarian challenges
Gain the knowledge and skills required for a career in power engineering
Gain in-depth and advanced knowledge of a diverse range of sustainable energy technologies, including wind, tidal, solar, fuel cells and biomass
A timely and integrated perspective on environmental bioscience, management, societal matters
The cross-discipline study of management practices typical in an MBA with modules on the opportunities and challenges of the energy industry and sustaiability.