SusSEd is back!
Our yearly Sustainability Skills and Education (SusSEd) series is back, with all events moving online for the first time. The talks, open to all University staff and students, are just a couple of clicks away! Why not add a dash of sustainability to your lunch break?
Organised by Green Impact, this is a great opportunity to learn about the impactful work taking place across the University to enhance sustainability. The sessions are designed to provide our University community with improved knowledge and skills surrounding sustainability, bringing about a wider understanding and vision for change.
Whether you’re new to the idea of sustainability or are a keen environmentalist, there’s something for everyone across the programme. Undergraduate students can also benefit from HEAR accreditation, in attendance of at least 5 of the sessions.
This year, the theme is ‘The Biodiversity Crisis’ – the webinar series will put a spotlight on the current global nature emergency, exploring our dependence on nature for survival and how we’ve paved the way to this period known as the sixth mass extinction. But it’s not all doom and gloom, as we’ll be looking at the options we have to reverse some of these damages, if we act decisively. Talks will take place during selected lunchtimes from Tuesday 23rd February – Tuesday 23rd March. For more information about the talks on offer and to get your tickets, visit the Green Impact website or get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.