Saving students money and improving landlords’ properties #EnergizeWorcester is an exciting opportunity to tackle the poor energy efficiency of privately rented student houses, reducing energy consumption and in turn student bills. The project is in two parts. One part of #EnergizeWorcester looks at behaviour and helps people to find ways of using less energy without losing comfort. This is done… Read more →
Worcester Students’ Union president Kynton Swingle shares promising views on public transport for students in the city. Kynton explained that all current University of Worcester students were encouraged to complete a lifestyles survey a couple of months ago. There was a very high response rate to the questionnaire and the results were very interesting. He concluded that without students thinking… Read more →
Transport is always an essential issue linked to sustainability and with fuel prices always going up, we clearly need to look at the future for more sustainable ways of travelling. In this context, proposed cuts for all bus subsidies from the Worcestershire County Council are met with scepticism from local politicians who emphasise the importance of affordable public transport. Worcester… Read more →
Students got into groups and competed against each other in the Big Green Quiz. There were a variety of questions, some random, some funny and some that no one would have the faintest clue.
The video is a very short ‘vine’ compilation of the electric atmosphere that was in the SU tonight.
Worcestershire Vegans & Veggies have been setting up stalls at the student led Go Green Week for three years. They offer vegan, vegetarian and meat free food samples to students and staff. They are also happy to inform students about the benefits of a vegan diet and they help those interested in becoming vegan, vegetarian, or wanting to reduce the… Read more →
University of Worcester PCSOs offer free advice and kit on how to keep your bike safe Offering you the latest sustainable travelling tips, our PCSOs and helped students by marking their bikes for free to increase security, making sure you get your cycle back in case it’s stolen. This might come as a surprise, but in the UK, a bicycle… Read more →