Ethical and Environmental is currently recruiting their committee for 2018-19. Please download the application form here. Please email the form to NaomiHowlett@lsu.co.uk by the 1st June at 23:59.
Ethical and Environmental Week 2016
For more information on how to Get Involved at LSU E&E please email email@example.com or call 01509 635000 or visit the Executive Office; upstairs in the Union Building.
Ethical and Environmental Annual General Meeting 2015
On Wednesday 13th May 2015 the E&E Committee for 2015-16 was selected.
This committee will consists of a handful of students who are dedicated and passionate about E&E. Their main role is to assist the Ethical and Environmental DO with their work to increase the image of E&E on campus by organising events and campaigns that will appeal to students from Loughborough University and Loughborough College. They are also elected to help the FREEC Hall Representatives with their role in halls; the E&E Committee does some-what come “above” the FREEC Representatives, however, it has become a tradition that the E&E Committee work closely with the FREECs.
Becoming a member of this committee is THE easiest and best way of getting involved with E&E and will be one of the most rewarding experiences you take part in whilst here at LSU.
Green Impact Website: http://www.green-impact.org.uk/
Worldwide, flights produced 705 million tonnes of CO2 in 2013. Globally, humans produced over 36 billion tonnes of CO2All around the world 705million tonnes of CO2 in 2013 was produced from flights. Perhaps by considering other forms of transport like trains and ships we could help reduce the amount of CO2 that is produced from flights. Ultimately, this would then help to reduce the impact that CO2 on the environment.
Want to find out more about ethical or environmental issues?
Click here to find out more about Environmental Sustainability at Loughborough University
Click here to find out more about the Carbon Trust - an indepedent, expert partner of leading organisations around the world, helping them contribute to and benefit from a more sustainable future through carbon reduction, resource efficiency strategies and commercialising low carbon technologies.
Click here to find out more about the Fairtrade Foundation - the household work ethics charity that campaigns for better prices, decent working conditions and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers.
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