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Trade fair to combat climate change
Trade fair to combat climate change Unjust in its impacts By Ridwan A (Sustainability Leader) The issue of climate change is (More)
Spilling the ‘Tea’: Fairtrade at City
By Atrayee De (SustainabilityLeader) What is Fairtrade? The commonly misunderstood term Fairtrade can be simplified as the trade that promotes fairness and im (More)
Sustainable City Challenge 2019-20 WINNERS!
  Each year we run the Sustainable City Challenge for all staff to take part in. There are monthly challenges linked to the Global Goals and also the chance for staff to run their own projects either in their teams or the local community that s (More)
Creating a buzz: Beeswax candle-making workshop
Natalie and Monica, two of our student Sustainability leaders, talk about their candle-making workshop which they organised at Christmas using the beeswax from our More)
90kg Fairtrade rice challenge
In Malawi, a farmer needs to sell 90kg of rice to send his child to high school for a year. Nicha and Lea, two of our student Sustainability Leaders, took on the challenge earlier this term to sell 90kg of Fairtrade rice from Malawi so that we can su (More)
A year in Extra Mile projects
As we approach the end of the Sustainable City Challenge 2018/19, we take a look back at some of the Extra Mile highlights from the year. The Extra Mile strand of the Sustainable City Challenge is all about doing something extra in your department t (More)
Honey Harvest
Our annual honey harvest saw over 120 members of staff getting stuck into the action! We have three bee hives on the roof of Innovation Centre and thi (More)
Five Fun Fairtrade Events...
Got a spare half hour at lunchtime? Grab some colleagues and arrange a Fairtrade event to raise awareness of Fairtrade and earn yourself some Extra Mile points for the More)
Sustainable Dieting with Crispy Critters
When people think of sustainability events, they usually think of recycling drives, water awareness, or energy conservation campaigns. These are all important, but the Information Services Sustainability Team decided to do something a little more…unu (More)
Which resolutions will you keep in 2016?
At this time of the year we are all caught up in tackling new year's resolutions we hope will make our lives better. Some of the easiest and perhaps most significant changes we could ever commit to making are those that not only improve our lives, bu (More)
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