Posts tagged with ‘environment’

The plastics challenge — help break the dependency on single-use plastics

We’re proud to be one of the UK’s most sustainable universities, but we can always do […]

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Bids welcomed for Environment Initiative Fund

Do you have a great idea for a sustainability-related project but need funding to make it […]

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Everything Energy at Nottingham!

Are you interested in energy research, looking for facilities for your own energy project or keen […]

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Brighten up — be safe when cycling!

The University of Nottingham is launching its annual ‘Brighten Up’ campaign to encourage staff and students […]

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UoN support for marine sustainability recognised at the MSC Awards

The University of Nottingham has won the ‘University of the Year’ accolade at the Marine Stewardship […]

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How do we survive tomorrow?

A conversation about Energy Transformation and the future of local and national economies.

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Green Flag success for Nottingham campuses

The University of Nottingham has once again secured prestigious Green Flag awards — the mark of […]

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Bids welcomed for Environment Initiative Fund

Bids for funding are being welcomed for projects designed to enhance sustainability on campus or in […]

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Fate, luck and fortune: popular narratives of environmental risk

The Department of Classics (University of Nottingham) and the Department of History (University of Liverpool) present ‘Fate, luck and fortune: narratives of environmental risk’. How do we talk about the risks of our environment? Who do we blame when things go wrong? Last in a series of three workshops.

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Fate, luck and fortune: political narratives of environmental risk

The Department of Classics (University of Nottingham) and the Department of History (University of Liverpool) present ‘Fate, luck and fortune: narratives of environmental risk’. How do we talk about the risks of our environment? Who do we blame when things go wrong?

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