Students' Union Societies

LSE Students' Union has a multitude of societies for students looking to get stuck in to the green scene at LSE.

 

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Beekeeping Society

The Beekeeping Society works with a professional beekeeper, Luke Dixon and the team from LSE Estates to maintain and develop the School's hives. Check out their Beekeeping Blog or more information about the hives.

 

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EcoSoc

EcoSoc campaign on a range of animal rights and climate issues and hold regular screenings, panels and socials.

 

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FoodCycle LSE

Food Cycle is an award winning national charity that builds communities by combining volunteers, surplus food and empty kitchen space to create tasty and nutritious meals for those at risk of food poverty and social isolation.

 

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Energy Society

Shaping the debate on energy within and outside LSE, the Energy Society are committed to providing its members with the foundation, skills and networks to develop successful careers in energy related industries.

 

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Oikos London

International student organisation Oikos educate future leaders (ie. LSE Students!) in sustainable economics and management and lead the way in promoting sustainability change agents.

 

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Sustainable Futures Society

Bringing staff and students together to work on sustainability projects. The society administers the Sustainable Projects Fund and aims to enhance student sustainability skills and reduce the environmental footprint of the School.

 

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The Green Party Society

The Green Party Society further the cause of progressive green politics both on and off the LSE campus. Through speakers, events and active campaigns they aim to promote a sustainable economy, a more equal society, and a free education for students.

 

For a full list of LSESU Societies visit the LSESU Societies webpage.

Member of a society furthering the sustainability cause but not listed here? Contact Sustainability Engagement Officer Katie Rees on k.rees@lse.ac.uk