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Warwick Business School MBA ranked second globally for sustainability

Read how Warwick Business School are embedding sustainability, as they are ranked second in the worldLink opens in a new window for teaching and researching sustainability, in the Corporate Knights 2022 Better World Full-time MBA ranking.


Inter Faith Week Discussion on Climate Change and Faith 2022

As part of Inter Faith Week 2022, the Chaplains will be hosting guest speakers from five of the major world religions to discuss what different faiths are saying and doing about climate change. The event will take place on Monday 14 November at 12pm at the Chaplaincy where there will also be a community lunch. Read more about the guest speakers here.Link opens in a new window 

Thu 03 Nov 2022, 13:41 | Tags: NOTICEBOARD SUSTAINABILITY

The Warwick Sustainability Challenge is back!

The University of Warwick is on a sustainability journey and is seeking students’ creative and innovative ideas to progress circular economy and waste on campus. Help us promote this amazing opportunity to students to showcase their talents, earn skill points towards their Warwick Skills Award, and have a chance of winning £500. The application deadline is 26 October. Find out more about the Challenge hereLink opens in a new window.

Earn rewards when travelling sustainably

Download the Choose Your Way Warwick app to earn rewards for travelling sustainably to, from and around Warwick campus. Sign up before the end of September to be in the running to win BetterPoints worth £50.

Embedding sustainability into our decision making

Learn more about the Way to SustainableLink opens in a new window: our approach to embedding sustainability into our decision making, research and education. Events on 22 and 23 September, will provide the opportunity to hear from high-level speakers, explore research themes, and discover the new strategy for the Institute for Global Sustainable Development.

The electric transport revolution

With new forms of transport revolutionising the way we travel for both work and leisure, Professor David Greenwood from WMG Business has spoken on BBC World Service to share his views on e-scooter safety. Skip to 14.42 to hear from David and listen to the full podcast here.

Tue 30 Aug 2022, 15:55 | Tags: OUR PEOPLE SUSTAINABILITY