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Union Sustainability Officers plant trees as part of Sport and Wellbeing’s carbon footprint pledge

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Isabella, VP Welfare and Lucy, SUSU Ethics and Environment Officer, helped plant 10 oak trees at Wide Lane Sports Centre as a result of the Sports & Wellbeing Centre’s pledge to work towards offsetting its carbon footprint.

Isabella and Lucy were invited to plant the trees to commemorate both their roles as Union Sustainability Officers. “I am really happy to see departments at the University making sustainable pledges like this,” says Isabella.

“Thank you Sport and Wellbeing and University Sustainability Manager for inviting SUSU Ethics and Environment officer and I to come along and help plant the trees, … Read the rest

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Be part of a new programme to change the city

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Interested in getting out in the local community and making a difference?  BEES (Business Ethics & Environmental Students) is an exciting new student-led project starting this term.  BEES is a fantastic opportunity to gain professional training and work experience as a business consultant, auditing the business ethics of local organisations to drive positive change.

Talking about the project, Union President, David Gilani said: “Sustainability in Southampton has made some great progress over the last few years, and this BEES bid signifies another massive step forward. Although delivering a sustainability auditing tool to our local community is much more ambitious than … Read the rest

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Ethics Week at SUSU

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SUSU is currently hosting Ethics Week – a whole week of events organised by the Environment & Ethics team to give you information and tips on ethical choices that are easy to make and can help to make a real difference to your life as well as the  wider community.

There’s something different happening every day, from shopping ethically at SUSU with the Green Label project to finding out just how bad pay day loans really are.

You can find out what’s on each day this week by visiting the Ethics Week Facebook event.

Don’t forget you can also … Read the rest

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