Welcome to our new blog. We’ll be keeping you informed and inspired about sustainability activities at King’s College and we’ll always be open to any guest blog offers from staff, students or alumni. Just get in contact with us.

In the meantime the first thing we wanted to do was get the word out and invite you to our new Sustainability Forum. The first meeting is aimed at students as we had a great response at the Freshers’ Fair but staff are more than welcome to attend and we’ll make sure that we cater more directly for staff over the year.

Meet the team, share your ideas and learn about opportunities to get involved! We will be joined by Felix Spira, entrepreneur at rootAbility, a social business focusing on sustainability in the higher education sector.

Felix Spira

Felix Spira- the man himself!

As a student he co-founded the successful Green Office at the University of Maastricht in the Netherlands. He will share his experiences and offer some inspiration and ideas on how to make an impact at university!

The Green Office set up and run by students at Maastricht university

When: 31st October, 18.00-19.30.
Where: Pyramid Room, Level Four King’s Building, Geography Department, Strand Campus.
RSVP: Let us know if you’re coming so we have enough drinks and nibbles and feel free to share the event on Facebook.

We will serve drinks and nibbles from 18.00 onwards, so make sure you get there early and do bring food to share with others!

If you can’t join us on 31st you can still get in touch here and let us know how you would like to get involved and have a positive impact on sustainability at King’s.

See you there!