Get involved

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There are plenty of ways to get involved and make your mark at LSE. We rely on our staff and students to help cultivate a culture of sustainability on campus and in halls of residence. 

LSE students:

Follow our page, Sustainable LSE, on the new Student Hub app! Follow us to hear about for the latest details on exciting events, professional development and volunteering opportunities, and local news. Don't miss out.  

 

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Plastic Free LSE

Be part of the new engagement campaign to cut single-use plastics at LSE. 

 

 

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Green Impact

Join the Green Impact staff network to embed sustainability on campus and in halls through small actions and projects. Students can gain professional skills too. For its 10th year, Green Impact is focusing on single-use plastics as part of the PlasticFreeLSE campaign.

 

 

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Living in halls?

Get involved in the LSE wide inter-hall competition Halls Cup. Be a SEAL with Reduce the Juice, help your hall's Green Impact team, and volunteer with our re-use scheme, Relove. 

 

 

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Apply to the Sustainable Projects Fund

Got an idea for improving sustainability at LSE? Apply for money to get your project up and running.

 

 

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Beekeeping

LSE has beehives on the roof of Connaught House. Learn the art of beekeeping by joining the LSESU Beekeeping Society.

 

 

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Rooftop gardening

New gardeners are always welcome to help us with our rooftop growing space. You can learn about how to grow your own veg, and reap the rewards of your efforts at harvest time.

Tuesdays, 1-2pm, Shaw Library, contact d.reeves@lse.ac.uk to confirm attending.

 

 

 

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Sustainability in Practice

The sustainability team hosted a series of sustainability themed public lectures which are available to listen to as podcasts.

 

 

 

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Students' Union Societies

The LSE Students' Union has a wide range of active sustainability-related societies - click here to find out more.