Firstly thanks to everyone who contribute or came along to a fantastic Green Week. Our surveys showed there’s a desire to improve King’s food sustainability which we will discussing and as soon as solid plans are known we will make them public here and elsewhere.
Secondly I’m Charles Pegg, the new Sustainability Projects Assistant here at King’s taking over from Rhianne Menzies.
Water Saving Week
Next week, starting Monday the 21st of March we’re celebrating water saving week.
Water saving week is hosted by Waterwise and this is its second year. This year it has partnered with Watersafe, more information can be found on their official site here.
From 1pm to 2pm on Tuesday the 22nd we are having a talk co-organised with students in the KCL Geography department:
Water @ King’s: Work and Research
An event outlining water sustainability at King’s both in regards to how the university operates and its transitioning to more efficient water use, as well as the sorts of water sustainability and security research the geography department is active in.
A great example of pioneering water saving techniques in research spaces is our recent purchase of new waterless condensers. When employed, they can save 1.5 million litres of water per year. Kings is proud to be one of the first institutions making use of such technologies.
When: Tuesday 22nd March, 13:00 to 14:00pm
Where: Pyramid Room, 4th floor, K4U.04, King’s building, Strand
Feel free to come along, there will be time at the end for questions.
Student Auditors Wanted:
We have a unique opportunity available for those free on Thursday March 31st. We are in need of auditors to be trained in reviewing the work our staff sustainability champions have been doing this past year. By doing this you can:
- Make King’s a more sustainable environment
- Gain transferable skills and knowledge associated with auditing which are sought after both in the environmental sector and beyond
- Improve their CV with valuable skills
- Have a fun day learning these skills with like-minded students
- Do a course that’s IEMA approved
- Learn more about everyday and workplace sustainability issues
Remember you can keep up to date with King’s Sustainability news on our
Charles Pegg, Sustainability Projects Assistant