If you’re interested to learn more about living sustainably then you’ll want to visit our Sustainability Fair!
This event being run as part of Sustainability Week 2023 and hosted by Energy Futures Lab will be your chance to meet the groups and societies who are championing sustainability at Imperial and learn from them and others, how you can make small changes in your everyday life to be more sustainable.
- Environmental Society – 2nd hand gift sale
- Energy Society
- Imperial Climate Action
- Ecosia on Campus
- Ealing Clothes Repair café – learn how to mend your clothes
- Acton Reduce and Recycle Hub – a collection point for clothes and laptops
No need to book – just come along and visit on Tuesday 21st February from 10-4pm, Concourse Level 1 and 2 in the Sherfield building.
Sustainability Week: 20-24 February
Imperial College London’s Sustainability Week will take place will take place from 20-24 February 2023! Over five days, staff and students will have the opportunity to hear from researchers about their work on the transition to zero pollution, find out what Imperial is doing to reduce its own environmental impacts and get involved in exciting workshops and interactive events. Organised by Sustainable Imperial, the Global Challenge Institutes and the Imperial College Union, this year’s Sustainability Week centres on the themes of Climate, Energy & Waste, Biodiversity, Water and Air. Highlights will include panel discussions on climate justice, careers in sustainability, and the ecological crisis, an in-conversation event with Professor Tim Green, Imperial’s Academic Leader for Sustainability, and a Sustainability Fair on the South Kensington campus.
For more information and to view the full programme visit imperial.ac.uk/sustainable-imperial
About Energy Futures Lab
Energy Futures Lab is one of seven Global Institutes at Imperial College London. The institute was established to address global energy challenges by identifying and leading new opportunities to serve industry, government and society at large through high quality research, evidence and advocacy for positive change. The institute aims to promote energy innovation and advance systemic solutions for a sustainable energy future by bringing together the science, engineering and policy expertise at Imperial and fostering collaboration with a wide variety of external partners.