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How we are tackling climate change, through cutting emissions and embedding climate action in how we do business, leading research and high quality teaching.

Our whole institution response to climate change

On our Climate Action pages you can explore the four strands of our whole institution response to climate change in detail; Education, Research, Footprint and Partnerships.


Climate Action

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Find out about our transformational climate action work as we implement our Climate Action Principles and embrace the concept of 鈥榳hole institution鈥 change.

Our Climate Action Principles

The University declared a climate emergency in 2022 and developed principles to guide our response to it. We report on our progress through our blog and in our annual Climate Action report.


We explore different aspects of our whole institution response and the views of our community in detail on our blog.

Get involved and take action

Our University has committed to transformational change to tackle the climate crisis and, to achieve our ambitious goals, everyone needs to be part of driving change across all areas of our work and community.


News

The latest University climate and sustainability related news, including scientific research and initiatives within the University community.


Get the scoop on COP28 from student Oscar Williams. Read his blog to learn about this international event, key takeaways, and how you can make a difference.

Colleagues and students participated in CLAD, an international event aimed to unite and empower people in taking action against the climate crisis.

The 2023-24 Climate Action Survey has ended, and the winners have been chosen in the prize draw. Find out who they are and how you can take climate action.

Discover how to be a trailblazer of positive change on campus from student Angelica Reyes who is currently undertaking a placement with the Climate Action Team.

Upcoming Events

Find out about upcoming events which explore responses to the Climate Emergency.


5 Mar 2024 4.30pm Online

Prof Lorraine Whitmarsh MBE will discuss why behaviour change is needed to tackle climate change, and how to achieve it.

Collaborate with us

Get in touch with us to see how we can work together on sustainability and tackling climate change.


Knowledge Transfer Partnerships

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Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) is a UK wide programme which enables companies to access knowledge, skills and technology from UK Universities.