Whether you’re studying or working here, there are countless ways in which you can help us reduce our negative environmental impact - whilst meeting new people, increasing your employability, and furthering your understanding of today’s most pressing issues.
Whether you want to help the University be more eco-friendly, pitch for funding to set up your own social enterprise, get the skills needed to launch a career in the third sector, or learn more about the issues that matter to you - the Hub’s the place to be!
Sustainability at the Students' Union
There are a range of Volunteering and campaigning opportunities to be found at the Students’ Union, or Bristol SU as it’s called. Bristol SU has a range of societies that focus on ethical and sustainability issues
- Sustainability within our courses
Bristol PLUS award
Gain recognition for taking part in sustainability-related volunteering, campaigning and skills training with this award from the Careers Service.
Skills for sustainability
Develop your skills with expert-led training, then put them to use by completing workplace audits - invaluable experience if you're considering a career in the sustainability, charity, or higher education sectors. A program of training will be published early in October 2017.
Help your department, lab or student residence become greener by completing simple, step-by-step actions - then celebrate your achievements by gaining a bronze, silver, gold, or platinum award.
Sustainability in our labs
Whether you're a student, academic or technician, there are many ways in which you can reduce the direct environmental impact of your scientific research - there are many levels of involvement, from simply being aware of sustainable behaviour to gaining Green Lab Certification status.
Managing our Resources
Sign up to become Chartered Institute of Waste Management trained to help manage resources at the University and at home. This training will give you the skills to make a direct impact on your environment and will help you identify sustainable resource management from Purchasing to final disposal, following the waste hierarchy and Circular Economy Principles
Bristol Hub’s Guide to Local Living is full of all the best places to have fun whilst doing good in this wonderful city - written by students, for students!