Richard Groves, Goldsmiths Energy & Environmental Manager, email@example.com, 020 7919 7116
Nicola Hogan, Space, Environment & Sustainability Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org, 020 7919 7112
An understanding of sustainability is fundamental to holistic learning. We acknowledge that protection of our environment is an integral part of good and sustainable institutional practice.
We recognise that Goldsmiths can contribute towards environmental protection and conservation by improving our environmental practices, and promoting awareness of both corporate and individual responsibility to all students and staff.
As a result, we’ve resolved continually improve in how we measure and minimise our environmental impact.
To find out more about our commitments, and to read our policies, contact the Greening department.
Recycling in halls of residence follows Lewisham Council's recycling rules. 3 of the buildings have dual recycling bins in place. None of Goldsmiths waste goes to landfill; everything is either recycled or converted into energy via local waste to energy plant.
Commuting to campus
Taking the bus, train, bike or walking will get you to Goldsmiths without costing you a fortune or costing the earth. Find out how the best ways to travel to campus
Sustainable & ethical food
All food sold and served on campus is seasonal, locally and ethically sourced and whose producers are paid a fair price for their products. There are 100's of products for sale at Goldsmiths that bear the Fairtrade logo, so rest assured your money is going to the person who most deserves it.
Volunteers are always needed to help maintain our green spaces on campus. You’ll typically be helping with the planting of seeds and bulbs, weeding and pruning. Interested? Contact the SU Volunteering and Community Engagement officer.
Find out more about our latest projects
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