Goldsmiths SU have recruited an Environmental and Ethnical Officer, Yusuf Siddiqui. Yusuf is a third year International Studies student and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Yusuf and Greening Goldsmiths would like to remind students that our overarching aim is to provide students with a campus that not only looks good and provides students with an environment that is conducive to teaching, learning and research but is also sustainable and ethical in its operations. Any student wanting to get involved in helping to “green” our campus, can do so by participating in any of the project listed below.
Students looking for a therapeutic and environmentally friendly activity can join the Goldsmiths Allotment. The allotment is managed by Dr. Ros Gray and members can have their own plot on which to grow anything they like or be part of the community plot. For more details, see their Facebook Page or contact R.Gray@gold.ac.uk
2. Energy Detectives.
Students can become an Energy Detective by accessing the Energy Detective smart phone web appat edetect.gold.ac.uk and recording where and when they see energy being wasted across campus. After registering their login details, a drop down menu of the list of