Get rewarded and help Nottingham save 120,000kg of CO2 this March!

March 11th, 2022

Staff and students at both the University of Nottingham, Nottingham Trent University, and residents across Nottinghamshire are being encouraged to join together and help save 120,000kg carbon emissions this March.

Join the March Sustainability Challenge on Green Rewards and help achieve a saving of 120,000kg of COthrough your sustainable actions. Get involved by reporting your actions and monitor the real-time progress.

Green Rewards is a free programme that rewards members with £20 vouchers for taking actions to help reduce carbon emissions. The actions include travelling sustainably, enjoying nature, reducing waste or energy use, and reducing meat consumption.

All staff and students at University of Nottingham are invited to join in helping to achieve this goal. You can sign up to Green Rewards, for free, at:

There’s also a free app for iOS and Android which you can download by searching for ‘UoN; Green Rewards’ in your device’s app store.

If you’re already signed up, earn more points and reach the target by referring your colleagues and friends. Why not challenge yourself to go that extra step further – everything counts!

Reducing the amount of CO2 emissions is vital to mitigate the effects of climate change, prevent health issues caused by factors such as air pollution, and maintain a diverse natural environment. We can all make a difference, with small everyday changes, that add up to a big impact.

Find out more about Green Rewards.


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