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Psychology Green Team

Get involved in Green Week by changing 5 small things (or have see how well you might do at Green Bingo below):

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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:

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How Green are you?

Warwick Waste Quiz

Travel to campus

Reducing carbon emissions

We are committed to reducing our carbon emissions from our buildings and have a Carbon Management Plan in place as well as on campus generation.

Eat well

Look out for retail promotions of vegan and vegetarian foods on campus and aim to buy local.

Use Fairtrade products

Reusing, reducing and recycling in Psychology

We encourage everyone at Warwick to reuse, reduce, and recycle so:


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    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.

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    If you'd like to run an event contact: The Psychology Green team or 

    Click here for some suggestions from Psychology to celebrate greenweek21:

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    Meet the team:

    Tell us about your travel habits and how you want to travel in the future

    Past events:

    Psychology Climate Change Symposium

    Climate symposium poster

    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:

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    Warwick Sustainable Newsletter link

    How have you been keeping Green during Covid-19?

    Sustainability » News

    Reflections from City Nature Challenge, 2023! Thank you to everyone who came along and used the iNaturalist app to record some of the species we have on campus.

    The University will be taking part in Plantlife's No Mow May initiative for the fourth time this year. Areas across campus will be left unmown during the month of May to give wildflowers a chance to bloom, which in turn provide a feast for pollinators, tackle pollution and lock away atmospheric carbon below ground. Find out more and how you can get involved.