The most important aspect of sustainability at a university is student and staff involvement. At King’s, there are a wide array of events and initiatives to get involved with that both help King’s become a more sustainable institution and help to foster a more sustainable society through the variety of skills and experiences available.


  • Join the Sustainability team as a Sustainability Volunteer! This allows you to log your hours and work towards your KCLSU Volunteering Award.
  • Already in a society? Contact Sustainability and let us know how we can help you! You can found your own society as well.
  • Interested in the Fairtrade and Sustainable Food Steering Group? Get in touch and become part of the steering group at King’s.
  • Interested in learning more about sustainability? Attend one of our Sustainability Forums!
  • Keep track of sustainability events here.
  • Have other ideas? Please let us know!


  • There are a variety of sustainability-related courses and modules available at King’s, a sample of which you can find here.
  • Interested in sustainability research? Why not tailor your dissertation towards sustainable themes? Get in touch with us if you have questions or ideas.


  • The Sustainability team offers internships to King’s students and graduates. These offer skills learning and work experience in a growing field. There are no current openings, but keep up to date on this blog or through our newsletter.
  • The Environmental and Ethical Careers Conference is an annual event running in March which will offer an opportunity to learn more about career options with sustainability.


  • Become a staff Sustainability Champion to help embed sustainability within your department, office or laboratory. Students are also welcome to be involved with the programme as volunteers, which includes supporting a staff team or gaining auditing experience.
  • Enjoy writing? Do you have a story to share or a topic to discuss? You could write a guest blog for the Sustainability blog – get in touch with us to find out more.