Champions and CarbonCrew Students Champions and CarbonCrew Students

The Sustainability Network consists of a wide range of staff Champions and CarbonCrew Students. These brilliant volunteers provide a local focus point for environmental and energy issues.

They encourage their friends and colleagues to make small changes to everyday work and lifestyle practices that collectively make a big difference across UEA.

The network

Sustainability Champions are ambassadors of environmental issues at UEA. Staff can be part of a team, or the key point of contact between the Sustainability Team and School staff, students and senior management. Students can join in meetings or just be part of the CarbonCrew Students, helping to run the annual Pledge for the Planet Day and other projects that improve our environmental credentials.

Like all large organisations, UEA has a large impact on the environment. Estates are always working to reduce this, but we still need to raise awareness amongst staff, students and visitors not only about what we do, but also about their role in helping.

We provide on-going support and assistance to our ambassadors and champions as part of our mission to reduce carbon emissions and other environmental issues across the University’s estate and encourage sustainable behaviour across our research, teaching and administrative activities.

Staff? Become a Sustainability Champion!

We are looking to have representation from across every School and administrative department. The level of involvement varies from receiving emails and putting up the occasional poster, to being the key contact for your School or Department.

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Student? Join the CarbonCrew Students!

CarbonCrew Students are the Society with a difference. Although independent in terms of deciding on and running their own campaigns, their close links with the Estates staff mean that CarbonCrew members are in a key position for developing real-world awareness and employability skills at an early stage of their university careers.

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