The University of Bedfordshire was excited to welcome renowned naturalist and broadcaster, Chris Packham CBE, who delivered an engaging, free public talk on the subject of sustainability, climate action and the environment, with the whole event featuring a green, no-waste policy in line with the institution’s Target Zero ambitions.
The University of Bedfordshire welcomed students and teachers from over a dozen local schools to a climate change summit this term in collaboration with the Science Learning Partnership.
The University of Bedfordshire is excited to welcome award-winning broadcaster, author and naturalist Chris Packham CBE to host a new instalment of its ‘An Evening With’ public lectures, this time on the topic of sustainability.
Celebrations are underway at the University of Bedfordshire after it was announced that the institution was awarded second place in the UK in the People & Planet 2022/23 University Green League, putting it in the top spot for England overall.
A new environmental research study being conducted by academics from the University of Bedfordshire, focussing on access to green spaces, has been highlighted in Made At Uni’s latest campaign, ‘Climate Action’.
A successful litter-picking drive was hosted by the University of Bedfordshire as part of the ‘Keep Luton Tidy’ initiative, encouraging students to volunteer their time in helping the environment and to take pride in their surroundings.
The University of Bedfordshire has been awarded Platinum certification by EcoCampus for the fourth year running, following its success in the 2021 People & Planet University Green League.
The University of Bedfordshire has collaborated with the Hertfordshire & Essex Science Learning Partnership and STEMPOINT East to host a student-delivered climate change summit this month.
The University of Bedfordshire has received a first class award in the 2021 People & Planet University League, retaining its position at eighth place out of 154 institutions.
A University of Bedfordshire lecturer has been invited to speak at a key international webinar on the climate crisis ahead of the launch of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow later this month.
A University of Bedfordshire academic has published a book based on three decades of experience and research into the complexities of human displacement, which aims to accessibly aid the knowledge and understanding of global migration for students, policy makers and the general public.
The University of Bedfordshire has welcomed the government’s new policy for the development of the Oxford-Cambridge Arc – an initiative promoting economic and sustainable growth across five mid-England counties.