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  • To inform staff of the University's environmental commitments and to give staff the knowledge they need to contribute to meeting these targets
Environmental Sustainability Induction webinar new Thu 18 Apr 2019   12:00 Finished

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Are you a member of staff interested in sustainability? Would you like to join a growing community helping to raise environmental awareness across the University?

Find out more about becoming a voluntary Environment and Energy Coordinator (EEC), including a role description and core activities, on the Sustainability Team's website.

If this sounds like a good fit for you, then please come along to this induction to hear more about the role and join the community. The induction will take place over MS Teams and will be your opportunity to find out about the University’s sustainability work, how you can get involved, and to meet others in your cohort of new EECs.

After this induction, you will formally become part of the EEC network at the University and have access to bespoke training opportunities and events.

Are you a member of staff interested in sustainability? Would you like to join a growing community helping to raise environmental awareness across the University?

Find out more about becoming a voluntary Environment and Energy Coordinator (EEC), including a role description and core activities, on the Sustainability Team's website.

If this sounds like a good fit for you, then please come along to this induction to hear more about the role and join the community. The induction will take place over MS Teams and will be your opportunity to find out about the University’s sustainability work, how you can get involved, and to meet others in your cohort of new EECs.

After this induction, you will formally become part of the EEC network at the University and have access to bespoke training opportunities and events.

Are you a member of staff interested in sustainability? Would you like to join a growing community helping to raise environmental awareness across the University?

Find out more about becoming a voluntary Environment and Energy Coordinator (EEC), including a role description and core activities, on the Sustainability Team's website.

If this sounds like a good fit for you, then please come along to this induction to hear more about the role and join the community. The induction will take place over MS Teams and will be your opportunity to find out about the University’s sustainability work, how you can get involved, and to meet others in your cohort of new EECs.

After this induction, you will formally become part of the EEC network at the University and have access to bespoke training opportunities and events.

Are you a member of staff interested in sustainability? Would you like to join a growing community helping to raise environmental awareness across the University?

Find out more about becoming a voluntary Environment and Energy Coordinator (EEC), including a role description and core activities, on the Sustainability Team's website.

If this sounds like a good fit for you, then please come along to this induction to hear more about the role and join the community. The induction will take place over MS Teams and will be your opportunity to find out about the University’s sustainability work, how you can get involved, and to meet others in your cohort of new EECs.

After this induction, you will formally become part of the EEC network at the University and have access to bespoke training opportunities and events.

Environmental Sustainability Training - Face to Face new Thu 21 Feb 2019   11:30 Finished
  • This hour-long session provides an introduction to the sustainable innovations happening across the University
  • The course introduces staff to the sustainability targets that University staff and students are working towards
Systemslink training Dec 19 new Wed 19 Dec 2018   09:00 Finished
  • Systemlink is the software programme used to record energy use in the University’s buildings.
  • You can use Systemslink to monitor energy use in your building(s) and, in some buildings to identify areas for improvement.
  • This training will provide an overview of Systemslink and an introduction on how to use it.
  • As a University we have environmental impact in the resources we use and also in the sustainable research that we do. This webinar will give you an introduction to some of the efforts the University is making to improve environmental performance and you will learn how you can get involved in this effort.
  • The same content will be covered in session 1 and 2
  • This training session aims to give staff and students at the University who are keen to reduce their environmental impact an idea of how to measure and monitor the impact of changes they make. We’ll look at useful sources of data, review case studies of what others have done to measure their impact and communicate it to colleagues, and try out some practical exercises to work out the environmental ‘footprint’ of activities associated with energy, waste, travel and purchasing.
  • Training will be provided in two parts. Attendees can book on one or both sessions. Session 1 is the workshop. Session 2 is lunch and a drop in session

Join us for this lunchtime talk, which is part of the Environment and Energy section's Spotlight on Energy month. This event focuses on the fantastic energy research being carried out across the University; research into how we produce energy, research on how better to design buildings to use less energy and finally, research on human behaviour when it comes to energy use.

  • Speakers: Arfa Karani of the Department of Physics, Dr Ruchi Chaudhary of the Department of Engineering, Rebecca Ward of the Department of Engineering and Dr Christina Pensaco of POLIS.
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