The annual Go Green Week returns to campus between the 23rd and 27th February as part of a national week long event to raise awareness of green issues
Go Green Week forms the cornerstone of People and Planet’s environmental campaign and with a variety of activities occurring across the country, it is the biggest student-led environment week in the UK.
Building on the successes of last year’s Go Green Week, Warwick’s own People and Planet group have organised a week of diverse events celebrating environmentalism across campus and beyond.
The week begins with an all day Party in the Piazza event, where you’ll have the chance to sample free cycle powered smoothies. At 3.30pm, a Make Your Plastic Look Fantastic Fashion Show will take place, with a catwalk featuring outfits recycled from plastic bags.
Tuesday sees an Environmental Question Time at Warwick - student political party representatives will join the panel debate on environmental issues. On the same day, a verbal remedies poetry slam will take place.
Wednesday’s events include conservation work around campus (meet on the Piazza and join the work behind Rootes at any point during the day) a careers panel focusing on ‘green energy and the environment’, as well as a debate at 6pm, on economics and climate change.
Thursday includes a group cycle, starting from the Parish Church in Leamington, as well as a free bike surgery on the piazza throughout the day. In addition, a Mercedes hybrid car and green energy machine will be on show in the piazza.
The week will conclude on Friday 27th with a Student Switch Off talk, farmers market, organic and vegetarian food demonstrations and workshops and a green careers panel.