Welcome to Cambridge's student climate change campaign!
We want the University of Cambridge to seriously commit to ambitious and effective carbon reduction target and take strategic action to achieve these.
At the same time, we aim to engage Cambridge students on issues of climate change in fun and entertaining ways. We organise a student campaign each year to raise awareness and encourage students to act on climate change.
See what we get up to! Making wind turbines in the snow to show our support climate change action and renewable energy!*
Current News and Events
On spotlight this week!
Environmental Policy Workshop
Thursday 5th December 7.00-8.30pm
Location: Riley Auditorium, The Gillespie Centre, Memorial Court, Clare College (CB3 9AJ)
The time has come to collate your opinions and thoughts about what the NEW Cambridge University Environmental Policy should look like. We invite all Cambridge student environmental societies to help us create a 'Cambridge Student's Environmental Policy'. This is our big chance to make a difference!
- University Environmental Policy Workshop - 5th December 2013
- Cambridge Climate Forum - 25th January 2014
- Go Green Week - 10-16 February 2014
- Fossil Free Friday - 14th February 2014
- Local Schools Project with Cambridge Hub
- Climate Week - 3-9 March 2014
Find out about other climate change events in Cambridge and the UK on our Facebook page.
Ongoing Campaign Commitments
- Environmental Strategy Committee meetings (3 per year)
- Energy and Carbon Reduction Project meetings (monthly)
- Environmental Policy Review Committee meetings (frequently until April 2014)
- Ethical Network events with Cambridge Hub (during term)
We meet in the Sidney Sussex JCR on Saturday at 3:30pm. However sometimes this changes, so it's best to email to check before you come. This is where we discuss our campaign strategy and plan our next events.
*Many thanks to Matt Harris from cambridgefilm.com for making this video possible! Cambridge Film produces high-quality media content for benevolent organisations and charities, using funds raised from generous private-sector businesses and supportive individuals.