Sustainability should be at the back, and the forefront, of all our minds. That’s why we’re working hard to improve Warwick’s approach to sustainability.
Through research, study and volunteering, many of our academics and students are committed to addressing the world’s immediate concerns without jeopardising the needs of the next generation.
And, as a University, we’re aspiring to do better for our local surroundings, for our people and for our planet.
Our researchers are working with colleagues across the University to tackle the world's most challenging problems.
How are we ensuring Warwick's future development is being created with sustainability in mind?
It's about you cycling to save 10p worth of petrol a day. It's about us investing to save 3,000 tonnes of carbon a year.
We're continually developing processes to make our decision-making as sustainable as possible.
Being sustainable is as much about recycling as it is about UniCycling...
We can't improve sustainability at an organisational level alone. We're reaching out to you as an individual. Not just to help, but to challenge.
There’s always new insight on how sustainability affects us all. Here’s how our academics are contributing to an ever-changing agenda.
Our campus is home to a huge range of plants and animals. Caring for them is high on our agenda.