PSS AWARDS WINNER: Sustainability Manager of the Year – Rachel Ward

PSS AWARDS WINNER: Sustainability Manager of the Year – Rachel Ward

Overview I have undertaken many projects over the last year to help improve not only our organisations sustainability but encourage our staff and students to carry on good practices at home and it future employment. Under my leadership the University has become a sector leader in carbon reduction, reducing our emissions by over 50% since 2009. We have won several awards for our performance and this was recognised by being given a staff development award…

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PSS AWARDS WINNER: Local Authority – Exeter City

PSS AWARDS WINNER: Local Authority – Exeter City

Becoming an Energy Neutral Council Exeter City Council is a cost efficient, forward thinking Council, working to reduce its carbon footprint and encouraging others to do the same. A new commitment to make real change and deliver Exeter’s aspiration to become a lead sustainable authority has been embarked on. The goal is to deliver long term financial and carbon savings as Exeter strives to become an energy neutral council. This ambition is supported by an…

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PSS AWARD WINNER: Best Green Office Project – Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

PSS AWARD WINNER: Best Green Office Project – Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

The Environmental Department of Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust launched the Green Champions Network in January 2015. The in-house funded and managed Network was designed to overcome the sustainability challenges faced by one of the largest Trusts in the UK by positively engaging with its staff, patients and service users on environmental issues. Nottinghamshire Healthcare employs 8800 staff in a variety of settings within the East Midlands and South Yorkshire including prisons and secure units,…

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