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King's Hot Water Research Project is hoping to reduce carbon by 5%

 
 
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King's Hot Water Research Project is hoping to reduce carbon by 5%

Reducing carbon emissions is a commitment from King’s College London and is a core part of the university’s 2029 Strategic Vision. In order to curb climate change to the two degrees that scientists identify as critical we need to reduce carbon emissions by 80 per cent by 2050.

 

Our Hot Water Research Project is looking to see if we can deliver a five per cent carbon saving through a two-minute commitment from building occupants. We are looking to remove non-essential hot water while retaining safety and hygiene and delivering a significant carbon saving.

 

 

 

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Celebrating our Lab Sustainability Champion, Bernard Freeman

Our Lab Champions are an integral way for King's to reach it's commitment to become a world-leading environmentally friendly University

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Nowville

You are invited to help build the city of Nowville – an evolving miniature metropolis that will play out your utopian dreams. Come and sign up as a citizen and move your tiny avatar through the city’s streets, ride its railway and project your fantasies on the cities glowing billboards.

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Volunteer: Sustainable Labs Champion Assistant

Would you like to help our labs become more sustainable? Volunteer as a student Labs Sustainability Champion Assistant.

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Share your ideas on how to save energy at King's

Do you have a new energy saving idea for New Hunt's House (NHH) or Franklin-Wilkins Building (FWB)? Share your ideas with us.

 

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30 November: Governing the Arctic

A lecture on how Finland, as Chair of the Arctic Council aims to improve Arctic Governance

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01 December: Can 'Beauty' Save the Environment?

An exploration of the aesthetic dimensions of environmental law


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7 December: Exploitation and the Gig Economy

The gig economy is on the rise and with it worries about exploitation. Leading experts will analyse how to deal with the challenges and opportunities of new ways of working.


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12 December: Breaking into Impact Investing

Find out how you can have an impact in the world of investment banking.

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World Futures

If you could build the future, what kind of future would you create? Join World Futures as it attempts to answer these questions

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NEWS
Find out how well King's Residences are recycling

We introduced food and glass bins into our four King’s managed residences at the start of the Autumn term as part of a year-long initiative to dig the residences out of their recycling rut.

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Keeping King's Warm

Insulation jackets have been fitted to the heating pipework distribution system at New Hunt’s House and Franklin-Wilkins Building, reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 87 tonnes per year.

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Sustainability in the News

Our monthly round-up of sustainability stories:
 

Philip Hammond has introduced a tax hike on the polluting vehicles in his Autumn budget.  

 

He also announced tax breaks to help revive the ailing oil and gas industry and suggested he may implement a tax on single-use plastic items

 

Google  is starting to make its Street View air pollution data publicly available.

 

Coffee-powered buses should also help reduce emissions in London.

 

Elon Musk has shocked the haulage sector by unveiling Tesla’s first electric truck.

 

Sainsbury's aims to reduce its energy consumption by 15% after introducing Formula 1 inspired technology across its refrigerated aisles.

 

Energy storage market ‘to double six times by 2030’

 

AI to boost renewable sector efficiency

 

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