NTU Green Forum
A chance for NTU students to give their insight on how the NTU community can work together to improve nature and promote climate action within Nottingham and beyond!
- From: Wednesday 15 February 2023, 9 am
- To: Wednesday 15 February 2023, 3 pm
- Location: Old Chemistry Lab, Arkwright Building, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, NG1 4FQ
- Booking deadline: Tuesday 14 February 2023, 5.00 pm
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Please note: This event is for current NTU students only.
Students will learn about the ongoing work and ambitions in sustainability across NTU, NTSU, the local council and in a global context, reflecting on COP27. Attendees will be asked to provide their opinions, ideas, and reflections to increase sustainable activities locally and advise how NTU can assist in global climate efforts.
The forum will draw focus to climate equity (the differing resources communities are able to contribute to climate action) and lead into practical activities where students can gain context of ongoing sustainability work at NTU.
A vegan and plastic free lunch will be provided during the day to attendees. Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.
Welcome and Introduction of the day. (Importance of Sustainability to NTU)
NTU and NTSU Sustainability update and audience feedback
Lucy Yates & Hettie Bawden
CN28 update and audience feedback
Danielle Sample – NCC
COP27 updates and Climate Equity Workshop
Rose Playle and Emily Spencer
Free Lunch for Attendees. A range of sandwiches and pastries. All Vegan.
A range of practical activities.
Biodiversity – Join the Sust Team and NWT to celebrate National Nest Box Week and build bird houses and feeders.
Global Sustainability – Play the Climate Negotiation game
Green Hustle Crafting- Making Sea creatures from plastic to be displayed at the Green Hustle Festival.
Sustainability Team to Support.