Sustainability Week 2023

We're bringing you our annual Sustainability Week, from 13-17 November, in the lead-up to COP-28!

Campaigns

The Students' Union and University have worked together to bring you our annual Sustainability Week, from 13-17 November, in the lead-up to COP-28! Get involved with our allotment sessions, canal cleans, learn from a conservation doctor, find out how your skills can get you into a green job and even give you wardrobe a sustainable refresh! Find a full list of all our amazing events below:

Also don't forget our special deals in our outlets that run all year round too! Get 50p off all hot drinks in Ground Cafe, Union Shop and Village Shop when you bring your own re-usable cup. Plus, if you buy one of our re-usable cups in our outlets, we'll give you a free drink too. We also offer 20% off all meat-free products across our Students' Union outlets with our Meat-Free Monday discount every week!

 

Monday 13 November 

 

Tuesday 14 November 

 

Wednesday 15 November

 

Thursday 16 November 

 

Friday 17 November 

 

If you have any questions about the events or are struggling to sign-up please get in touch at z.sturgess@qmul.ac.uk or sustainability@qmul.ac.uk. 

We can't wait to see you there!

 

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