Green Impact Awards 2014/15
About the scheme
The University of Bristol Green Impact Awards offer a practical way of helping staff and students to become greener, whilst celebrating the small steps that individuals are taking to reduce our collective environmental impacts. Green Impact challenges you to implement a number of easy practical actions that will help the environment. The more actions completed the more points are scored, leading to a Bronze, Bronze Plus, Silver, Gold or Platinum Award.
Aims and outcomes
Green Impact aims to empower individuals and teams to reduce their environmental impact by encouraging, rewarding and celebrating practical environmental improvements.
Who can get involved?
Any staff or student from across the University can participate. There are different schemes to suit different groups (see key schemes). Teams can be of any size, from any location or function. The schemes are not aimed at any one type of post-holder – any member of staff or student can lead on behalf of their department or residence, and the more people you can get on board, the easier it will be, you also get extra points for getting people involved.
Sign up to Green Impact 2014/15
The Green Impact work book is now available.
If you are not sure about signing up, you can see what's involved by looking at the sample workbook, go onto the on-line work book at www.greenimpact.org.uk/bristol and log in using email@example.com as the email and then 'example' as the password. If you want to take part you can then log in and set up your own team, which is easy just follow the on screen directions.You can sign up anytime but the workbook must be submitted by the submission date which will be announced Good Luck!
Changes for this year
This year we have made the following changes:
B008: this criterion has moved from Silver
B009: this criterion has moved from Silver
B015: this was originally two criteria about each of the documents but has merged into one.
B017: new criterion
B021: new criterion
S005-S008: these criteria have moved from Bonus
S017-S019: new criteria
C042: this criterion have moved from Bronze
C089-C090: new criteria
C102-C106: new criteria
Green Impact Closing Date
The closing date for completing the work book is 11th March 2015. Departments will be audited between the 19th and 20th March 2015.
Green Impact Portfolio
We are proud to showcase the fantastic work of participating teams in our new Green Impact Portfolio! Take a look to see what some of the teams got up to last year!
Sustainability are offering students the opportunity of becoming Green Impact Project Assistants to gain skills in project management, communications and leadership by supporting and motivating staff participating in Green Impact. If you would like to apply for a volunteering role, please take a look at www.bristolhub.org/green-impact for more information and to complete the application form. Deadline : Sunday 12th October 2014 . Students can find out more by visiting our page for students.
We also offer opportunities for students and staff to train as Green Impact Auditors to assess teams greening achievements. NUS offer training prior to the audits taking place. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information about becoming and auditor.
Phone: 0117 928 8034 (internal x88034)
Green Impact Sponsors 2014-2015
If you are interested in sponsoring Green Impact this year please contact Martin Wiles at email@example.com