|Thursday March 30, 2017||Planning Services > Strategy, Performance and Resources Committee|
Planning Services have teamed up with Executive Suite to take part in an exciting University wide initiative, aimed at greening work practices, called Green Impact. Green Impact is a two year project, managed by the EAUC and delivered locally by the participating universities and Student’s Unions. Successfully piloted at the University of Bristol last year, Green Impact is running at 23 universities in 2009/10 and 2010/11
Cate Gleed was the lead on the project for Planning Services, along with Jess Harrington for the Executive Suite, and many positive steps towards a greener workplace and greener practices have been put into place.
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There is a wealth of useful information available on the University's sustainability pages, including information on the cycle training scheme, maps showing cycle routes and the all-important shower facilities around campus, and hints to help us all save energy and water, amongst many other things. Take a look!
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