Sustainable Warwick Induction
At Warwick environmental sustainability is one of our main priorities and the Psychology Green team aim to follow suit. Find out how you can get involved with the University Sustainability issues here:
How Green are you?
Travel to campus
- Cycling onto campus
- Cycle to work scheme
- Our UniCycle bike hire scheme with NextBike
- Electric vehicles - charging points on campus for staff students and visitors
- Regular bus connections to Leamington Spa, Coventry, Warwick, Kenilworth, and Stratford,
- Our Warwick car share scheme
- Article in NY Times about Cycling in Coventry
Meet the team:
There are lots of opportunities for you to become more involved with sustainability. You can join a green society, join projects and groups, apply to the SU Sustainable Projects Fund, or become a staff or student Green Champion. You can always learn more about sustainability by attending our sustainability lectures, events and talks.
- Environmental Sustainability
- Warwick Swap - recycled furniture for staff
- Warwick Swap Stationery
- Warwick Staff Forum - Small Ads
- The area for Warwick colleagues to donate, buy or sell goods or services, or post wanted ads. This forum is free and available to use by any signed in member of staff.
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Find out about No Way to Mow May and Tree Planting and biodiversity projects on campus.
If you'd like to run an event contact: The Psychology Green team or email@example.com
Click here for some suggestions from Psychology to celebrate greenweek21:
Meet the team:
Find out what's happening on the wildlife front just south of Warwickshire here.
Sign up here for the Berkshire, Bucks and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust newsletter to download lovely screen savers like this:
Since the 1930's, the UK has lost more than 7 million acres of flower-rich meadows and pastures. This month the Grounds Team will be taking part in LinkPlantlife's No Mow May, leaving areas of grassland to grow to provide vital nectar and shelter for our wildlife. Learn more about No Mow May and the important work that will take place!
Each year, the Global Sustainable Development (GSD) Department runs a competition for year 11 and 12 students (students aged between 15 and 17 years). The competition is a great opportunity for students to think creatively and gain valuable research skills as they learn more about global sustainable development.
With Hedgehogs categorised by IUCN as vulnerable to extinction, and with the University covering 290 hectares of the land, it's crucial to make campus a place Hedgehogs can thrive. Read more about BHPS's important initiative, and our work on campus that achieved this award, as well as how to get involved!