The University of Nottingham has been ranked in the top two in the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings 2018.
The UI GreenMetric World University Rankings measure participating universities’ commitments in developing ‘environmentally friendly’ infrastructure.
This year, 719 universities from 81 countries took part in rankings, which looked at setting and infrastructure, energy and climate change, waste, water, transportation and education. View the methodology and criteria.
The University of Nottingham was ranked second in the world in the rankings – securing the same position as the previous year – as well as first in the UK.
Wageningen University & Research, the Netherlands (ranked first globally) and the University of California, Davis, USA, made up the top three spots in this year’s global rankings.
Andrew Nolan, Director of Estates (Sustainability) at the University of Nottingham, said: “We are delighted that our continued commitment to sustainability has been recognised in the UI Green Metric – it’s testimony to the hard work across the University where we are embedding sustainability into teaching programmes, research and our operations.”
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