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Nottingham Trent University ranked as 5th most sustainable university in the world for the second year running.
The UI GreenMetric World University Ranking is an initiative of Universitas Indonesia. Universities from around the world are invited to take part, with over 700 institutions ranked in the 2018 survey...
The scheme, JUMP, was launched to all employees during the university’s Green Festival.
Successfully piloted earlier this year, JUMP, the University of Reading’s sustainability engagement programme, seeks to drive positive action by encouraging employees to take part in sustainability activities...
JUMP, the University of Reading’s sustainability engagement programme has been launched.
Successfully piloted earlier this year, JUMP drives positive action by encouraging employees to take part in sustainability activities; reducing energy and water use, travelling sustainably, minimising waste and responsible purchasing...
The University of Reading has launched a gamified sustainability programme to all of its 4,000 UK employees, including academic and support staff.
The Jump programme, provided by engagement specialist Green Rewards, was piloted by four teams, making up 500 employees overall, from May to July 2018...
Charities have welcomed donations totalling £650 raised by people who were rewarded for their recycling efforts.
Haven House Children’s Hospice in Woodford Green, Branches homeless hostel in Walthamstow, and Mind Waltham Forest each received a share of the donations from households across the borough..
The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) has launched its JUMP pilot, an engagement programme to encourage environmentally sustainable behaviours amongst employees, as well as those that boost wellbeing.
In partnership with facilities management provider Atalian Servest, the six month JUMP pilot programme has been introduced to 200 employees at Glasgow Sheriff Court. The programme adopts a multifaceted approach to sustainability, addressing various behaviours for reducing environmental impact while incorporating wellbeing as a key part of the process.
SCTS has become the first Scottish public sector body to sign up to Green Rewards’ JUMP programme for sustainable behaviour change.
The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) has partnered with facilities management provider Atalian Servest to trial a six-month behaviour change pilot aimed at reducing environmental impacts and boosting employee wellbeing.
The Scottish Courts and Tribunal Service (SCTS) has launched an employee engagement programme to boost wellbeing.
The six-month JUMP pilot programme, which is run by the company Green Rewards, is being offered to 200 employees at Glasgow Sheriff Court, in partnership with facilities management provider Atalian Servest...
Flat blocks which have addressed historically poor recycling have helped charities via a new scheme.
For the last year the Epping Forest Recycling Rewards have been giving kickbacks to people who live in blocks of flats where contamination in recycling has been high.....
Universities pledge to slash emissions in bid to lead UK's low-carbon transition.
The Vice Chancellors of five UK universities have signed the Government's Emissions Reduction Pledge in a bid to help accelerate the nation's transition towards a net-zero carbon economy.