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Faculty of Music

 
Green Impact

The Faculty of Music is committed to reducing its environmental impact. We hope everyone in the Faculty will join us in making our Faculty a more sustainable department.

The Green Impact Scheme is the University of Cambridge's environmental accreditation scheme. It helps support and encourage departments and colleges across the University to reduce their environmental impact and create more environmentally sustainable workplaces. Our Green Team was established in 2020 and we are working towards a bronze award in 2020-21. 

To find out more about the sustainability initiatives at the University, join the Greenlines mailing list.

Pedometer Challenge!

May is National Walking Month and we're taking part by hosting a pedometer challenge. Join the Cambridge Green Challenge with us and take part by submitting your individual weekly step count during May. https://forms.office.com/r/KfuTVaVq9W

Our Green Team:

  • Hania Biernacka
  • Anthony Brice
  • Darren Douglas
  • Alex Drury
  • Myles Eastwood
  • Maggie Faultless
  • Laura Howorth
  • Helen Snelling

This year we aim to:

  • Meet regularly to discuss sustainability issues
  • Gain feedback from the Faculty and implement any ideas
  • Raise awareness about sustainability issues and encourage participation in University events and campaigns
  • Improve our recycling rates and minimise general waste
  • Increase the visibility of sustainable actions, such as saving energy and sustainable travel
  • Make a number of simple but effective changes in our buildings

Do you have any suggestions for us? Would you like to get involved? Please get in touch on greenteam@mus.cam.ac.uk

 

A year like no other: view the University’s 2019–20 Environmental Sustainability Report online now.

The University is committed to reporting its progress towards the targets set out in its Environmental Sustainability Vision, Policy and Strategy. The Sustainability Team are delighted to announce that you can now view highlights of the university’s 2019–20 progress in a short video or share a summary with others. If you’re looking for a more detailed review, the full annual report outlines work going on across the university to reduce our negative environmental impacts.

Having accurate data is really important in evaluating projects and is essential to measuring progress against the university’s sustainability targets. The Sustainability Team are proud to say that PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (PwC) has provided independent assurance over the 2019/2020 KPI figures in this year’s Environmental Sustainability Report.

The sustainability progress at Cambridge over the past year has been substantial and, whilst there’s still more that can be done, the Sustainability Team would like to thank everyone who has been a part of creating a sustainable university.