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Queen’s Park Campus held a very successful ‘Christmas Jumper’ event to help raise money for Save the Children. Queen’s Park Library don’t do things by half and rather than have just one Christmas Jumper day, we went all out and had a week long event!!
The University of Chester has been recognised in three separate categories for its environmental initiatives, in the higher education sector’s Green Gown Awards.
On Thursday 1st June, Green Chester hosted the fifth annual Green Tie awards in the De Gaulle Brasserie at Queen’s Park.
On Wednesday 17th May, Seaborne Library hosted the inaugural Veggiefest, with assistance from the Sustainability Unit. Grosvenor Common Room (Parkgate Road Campus) played host to businesses and departments promoting meat reducing, vegetarianism and veganism as a...
On the 26th April Student Support and Guidance's Green Impact team held a sustainable travel event – The Super Power Breakfast Club.
The Seaborne Library Green Impact Team will be hosting Veggiefest, a bring and share event promoting vegetarianism and veganism to reduce your carbon footprint on Wednesday 17th May.
PEDOMETER CHALLENGE - We will walk 181 miles!
It's the last Sustainability Forum of this year on Wednesday 10th May, 4pm in the Students' Union.
We will be joined by Prof. Neville Ford to launch a new exciting partnership! And new VP Jack McGovern will be outlining his ideas for Sustainability for the...
On 28th February Professor Simon Pringle, Visiting Professor in Sustainability and Innovation in the Department of Geography and International Development, gave a research seminar exploring the connections between sustainability, innovation and the circular economy...
GID held a charity cake sale for The Bren Project on 28th February, raising £40.00 to a well-deserved cause.
A West Cheshire Food Bank collection point has been accepting donations at the Careers and Employability Centre, thanks to the kind gesture of one of the Careers’ team.
The University of Chester is once again taking part in the Christmas Tree Festival at Chester Cathedral, and this year the focus is on repurposing and upcycling.
The University of Chester has been shortlisted for its environmental initiatives in three separate categories in the higher education sector’s Green Gown Awards.
The Sustainability Team were joined by students on Work Experience from St Richard Gwyn Catholic High and West Kirby Grammar Schools last week. Here are some reflections on their week in Sustainability.
An awards event has been held to celebrate the commitment of University of Chester employees to sustainability in the workplace and mark the start of a new era in renewable energy.
For the second year running the Sustainability Unit were winners of the Educate North Awards in the Environmental Sustainability category for the work of the Energy and Carbon Lab.
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