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woodland flora1Sustainability at Royal Holloway is integral to what we do and how we operate. We are providing leadership on sustainability through our facilities, our campus, our education and research and through a culture of sustainability at the College.

Sustainability is about bringing sustainable thinking into the core of organisations and businesses. For a university that means embedding sustainability in our core business of providing education.

We can educate for sustainability through the curriculum we offer, through our campus and facilities and through creating and promoting a culture of sustainability throughout the College.If we manage to provide sustainability education through these channels our students will graduate with an awareness of sustainability and be in a position to factor these into their future decision-making.

We aim to provide as much information on our webpages as possible to help you be sustainable at the College and so you can play your part in creating a culture of sustainability. If you'd like to know more here is a brief introduction to what we do, and an online training module or if you'd like to be more involved have a look at our get involved page or just get in contact with us. We look forward to creating a culture of sustainability with you.

  • Check out the new Sustainability Online Training!
  • Here is the latest Green Impact newsletter why not see what we have been up to?
  • We have achieved ISO 14001 for the whole College!
  • We will soon be relaunching the campus allotments, do get in contact if you are interested in having one!
  • Here is the Green Impact newsletter for Feb 2012
  • Here is the Green Impact newsletter for Jan 2012
  • Here is the Green Impact newsletter for Dec 2011
  • Here is the Green Impact newsletter for Nov 2011 
  • October 2011:  Green Impact: the College has been selected to take part of an exciting programme led by the National Union of Students’ (NUS). Green Impact is an environmental accreditation scheme which helps staff and students improve their working environment whilst gaining recognition for their efforts.  You can find out more about the scheme here.
  • July 2011: The College is now accredited to ISO 14064-1: 2006, which means that all of our green house gas emissions have been externally verified under the Certified Emissions Measurement and Reduction Scheme (CEMARS).  
  • June 2011: Students leaving halls of residence at the end of term donated over 1 tonne of unwanted items for reuse. Beneficiaries included local charities The Besom, Princess Alice Hospice and the United Church of Egham bookstall
  • June 2011: Royal Holloway has once again donated a number of old PCs to Computer Aid International. We have been donating old IT equipment to Computer Aid since 2003.
  • To Be Advised
 
 
 
 

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