Living in halls

Your hall is a great place to get involved in sustainability at LSE, and there are a number of ways you can help to reduce the environmental impact of your halls.

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#SustainableLSE halls campaign in partnership with SOS-UK

This year all LSE managed Halls are taking part in #SustainableLSE halls campaign which aims to reduce energy and water consumption, and to improve recycling rates. Highlights in 2021-22 included:

  • 338 students engaged in the campaign, with 87% saying they know more about how everyday actions contribute to the climate crisis.
  • 29 Tonnes of CO2 saved this year VS 2019-20 baseline (5.8% reduction).
  • 20 halls staff wardens and front of house staff were also trained to increase awareness of, and support for the campaign.
  • Click here to download the 2021-22 Campaign Report.



Green Impact

Halls are competing to implement sustainable actions and achieve either a Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum award for their work.




ReLove is a reuse program to give a home to unwanted items (books, crockery, clothes etc.) donated by students moving out of halls at the end of the academic year.