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 Issue 139, 31 March 2004
Contents
£76m centre for clinical imaging«
Tribute to miracle miler Sir Roger«
Harriet’s prime howler!«
International student awards«
Making a grand entrance«
Lowering blood pressure«
It’s a bug’s life«
Will powers IC Trust«
We’re on the map«
Britain the ‘tobacco control time-warp’«
Cutting carbon emissions«
When too much competition can prove unhelpful…«
Emotional intelligence scrutinised«
Move to new headquarters«
Staff Pay and Grading update«
An international night to remember«
Water way to make a splash at College…«
Science soirée at Silwood«
Snap happy…«
In Brief«
Media Spotlight«
Noticeboard«
What’s on«

Cutting carbon emissions

IMPERIAL College is helping raise awareness of the need to reduce carbon emissions by being named in an advertising campaign by the Carbon Trust.

The College is one of more than 100 named companies working with the Carbon Trust, an independent organisation set up by the government to work with business to cut carbon emissions and help meet international climate change targets.

image: one of the ads

The estates division has joined the Trust’s funded ‘bespoke partnership’ scheme, which funds consultancy involvement in identifying carbon reduction projects.

Imperial is named in an advertisement running in the national press which features a small boy jumping from post to post on a beach under the headline ‘When he’s a dad, all companies will cut CO2’.

Phil Evans, energy manager, explained: “Reducing carbon emissions from College demonstrates our commitment to reducing our own environmental impact while lowering energy bills.

“More money will be available for the core business of the College — research and learning, as a result.

“We will also be able to fund more energy-saving projects, while making a strong ethical stance.”

 
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