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Green Impact goes on growing in 2012/13

10 Dec 2012

With 42 teams now signed up for this session, the University's participation in the national environmental accreditation scheme has increased for the third year in a row.

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Why should your department take part in Green Impact?

  1. Green Impact is a way to address the whole sustainability agenda;
  2. A bottom-up approach helps Enthusiasts to encourage colleagues to change working practices with practical actions;
  3. It's a chance to celebrate and share individual achievements;
  4. Green Impact is the start of a journey and nurtures departments through continuous development;
  5. You'll be recognised as part of the growing community of sustainable departments at The University of Manchester.

Why does the University take part in Green Impact?

  • Contributes to the University’s carbon reduction target for 2020;
  • Improve the built environment;
  • Make financial savings through resource efficiency, and energy reduction;
  • Support collaboration between departments across the School.

Thinking of joining?

The deadline for signing up is 17 December 2012!