Discarded mattresses that currently end up in landfill could be used to grow food for refugees in desert environments around the world.
Rain or shine, staff and students at Sheffield University are used to catching sight of Peter Anstess cycling around campus.
The University of Sheffield has been awarded £1.2 million to lead a network of researchers working to build a sustainable, resilient global food system.
What can Universities do to reduce flying?
Professor Sue Hartley on sustainability, research ambitions, and some surprising things about Sheffield.
We’ve been awarded a bronze accreditation for our efforts to make campus more hedgehog friendly.
Every year, Green Impact organises the Sustainability Skills and Education (SusSEd) series, a collection of engaging lunchtime talks open to all staff and students.
Academics from Sheffield told politicians and business leaders in Doncaster that tackling climate change could help boost the borough’s productivity.
Each month, academic, professional services and student sustainability leaders come together to discuss the ongoing sustainability work across the University.
Plant varieties with smaller, simpler flowers are better able to cope with flooding and drought, a study by University of Sheffield and Royal Horticultural Society…