Sustainability at Warwick
From cutting-edge research to community engagement and green campus initiatives, at University of Warwick, we’re on a journey to becoming a more sustainable university.
Take a look at our sustainability case studies, encompassing our projects in Research, Education, Engagement and Operations, to learn more about how we're tackling climate change problems, both internally and with our external partners.
Working with WMG’s expertise and capability in electric machines research, Jaguar Land Rover brought together a consortium of partners to combine powertrain expertise and experience in a new collaborative environment.
Our Waste Hierarchy highlights the different ways we deal with waste, from what’s considered best, to what’s considered worst.
In partnership with TfWM and as part of the Future Transport Zone activity, the University has created a pilot called ‘Choose Your Way Warwick to trial new mobility ideas, approaches and technologies that could reduce car emissions.
The Campus Masterplan, which leads to 2030 and beyond, sets a blueprint for the future development of the campus. It commits to managing biodiversity holistically and to ensuring biodiversity on campus is better than before.
Learn how our innovative transdisciplinary courses help students to go beyond disciplinary boundaries, creating new knowledge about the world we live in.
Warwick’s Strategy 2030 presents a vision for the University as we build into the future. It commits us to be a sustainable University in all that we do.
Researchers have developed state-of-the-art machine learning models that establish real-time connected network of sensors, across London - enabling more effective air quality forecasting and modelling than is currently available.
Many of the world’s poorest people live in slums, over-crowded neighbourhoods often made up of makeshift or derelict housing, without running water or sanitation. Improving health services in slums would have a large impact on health in low and middle income countries.