tturton wrote a new post, Congratulations to our Go Green Week Competition Winners!, on the site Estates & Campus Services 15 hours ago
We had some fantastic entries and hope to be able to implement some of the ideas in the future!
1st Place – sell University of Lincoln branded water bottles on campus to reduce single use plastic
A student s […]
The University of Lincoln has introduced electric vehicle charging points for staff to use while they are working on campus.
Estates have installed four double charging posts at the Brayford Campus, meaning […]
tturton wrote a new post, Switch off this Christmas – reduce our carbon consumption! , on the site Estates & Campus Services 1 month ago
A reminder for all staff and students to switch off all electrical items before they head home for the Christmas holidays.
By switching off every computer, monitor, printer, charger, kettle and microwave when […]
tturton wrote a new post, University of Lincoln acheives international energy accreditation, on the site Estates & Campus Services 1 month, 1 week ago
The University, has been recognised for its commitment to increasing its energy efficiency and reducing energy waste with an international energy accreditation.
Following a programme of energy saving […]
Join us from October 30th for a week jam packed full of activities you can get involved in!
Whether you want to get more involved in reducing your carbon impact, find out how you can travel more sustainably, or […]
tturton wrote a new post, NEW – Cycle tool kit & pump in the Minerva Cycle Compound, on the site Estates & Campus Services 5 months, 1 week ago
Staff and students now have access to a bicycle repair toolkit.
Located in the back of the Minerva cycle compound, staff and students can access an array of tools and a cycle pump should they need to give their […]
Fairtrade products are invaluable in ensuring communities and farmers get paid a fair wage for what they produce.
During Fairtrade Fortnight 2017, the University of Lincoln, hosted a variety of events to raise […]
Hill Holt Wood are turning old plastic bottles into greenhouses. They are looking to build one at St Francis Community & Special School, and another at their own site just outside the city.
The Students’ Uni […]