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The Environmental Services Team is responsible for the day to day running of environmental sustainability at Brookes, including the University’s carbon reduction strategy and environmental management system. They are based in the Estates and Facilities Management Department.
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For general sustainability related inquiries:
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Brookes Union has a dedicated Environmental Officer who leads the Union’s student-led environmental team. The Union currently holds a Silver NUS Green Impact Award. In 2016/17 the format of the award changed to focus more on the delivery of campaigns. The award levels changed from Gold, Silver and Bronze to Good, Very Good, and Excellent. Brookes Union has aspirations to achieve an Excellent accreditation by 2020. Visit their website for the latest information and updates.
The centre provides a central focus for the expertise we have in ecology, environment and conservation, as well as molecular and developmental biology.
The Centre undertakes first class research, provides high quality courses and a consultancy service with a focus on conservation and biodiversity.
The EiE is a not-for-profit organisation which provides UK organisations with support to reduce their energy, water and waste. The EiE webpages include practical information, actions, and support to help organisations understand and implement efficiency actions.
Founded in 2004, OISD is one of the UK's largest research institutes dedicated to sustainable development research in the built and natural environments. The institute consists of eight distinct research groups. Using a multi- and inter-disciplinary approach, it addresses the many dimensions of sustainable development and the synergies and processes that link them. OISD contributes to major Research Council programmes through various research grants. These include Living with Environmental Change, Energy research, Sustainable Urban Environments and Lifelong Health and Wellbeing.