EcoCampus Gold for Environmental Management

The University of Lincoln has been awarded Gold by EcoCampus for their work in driving more sustainable environmental management practices across their estate. The University declared a climate emergency in May and made a commitment to work pro-actively towards reducing carbon emissions that contribute towards global heating. So far the University has reduced carbon emissions […]

How to be sustainable at university

Wondering how you can take care of the environment at university? We’ve put together a selection of top tips on how you can be sustainable as a student. You can download a PDF of our “How to be Sustainable at University” guide at the bottom of this page. The Student Life team have also created […]

Changes to how waste is collected across campus

With the recent declaration of a Climate Emergency, one obvious win for the University to reduce its negative impact on the environment is to improve how we manage our waste and to recycle more effectively. As such, during the summer of 2019, additional recycling and general waste bins will be installed around the Brayford and […]

Building Management System Upgrade – The Janet Lane-Claypon building

Estates are investing £150,000 in a major BMS upgrade at the university. From Monday 1st July, contractors will be upgrading the Building Management System (BMS) in the Janet Lane-Claypon building. To improve the energy efficiency of the building, all current sensors will be replaced with new ones that measure temperature and CO2 levels. Works will take place […]

May Sustainability Round Up – Explore Lincoln

On May 16th 2019, the University of Lincoln declared a climate emergency: “Climate change is the primary concern for young people across the world today and that concern is shared by our community at the University of Lincoln. The efforts of our young people has pushed climate change to the top of the news agenda […]