How are we doing?
Donations worth £437k given to the BHF
Since 2012 LU students and staff have donated items worth £437k to the British Heart Foundation.
Over 75% of waste has been recycled annually
Figure maintained for the last 8 years
37% reduction in Carbon Emissions
Relative to Student Numbers compared to the 2010 baseline year.
As part of the Hedgehog Friendly Campus initiative
CO2 car emissions reduced by over 20%
Reduced car commute emissions since the inception of our Sustainable Travel Plan.
Campus bees produce 1,300lbs honey since 2016
It takes 12 bees to produce one teaspoon of honey. We have around 500,000 in our apiary.
Learning and developmentResources available both at Loughborough University and from other sources that will help you develop your sustainability knowledge
Waste and recycling
The university works hard, with both staff and students, to manage our waste seeking opportunities to reduce waste, maximise reuse, increase recycling and divert waste from landfill at every opportunity.
The University is committed to creating a healthy, sustainable environment that is accessible for everyone.
It takes a lot of energy to support a world class university and there is a fine balance between reducing energy consumption and providing world class facilities to our staff and students.
The University has and established Biodiversity Working Group. The remit of this group is to develop and steer delivery of the Biodiversity Action Plan for the whole University.