University of Tasmania Sustainability Bulletin Issue 2 2018

Sustainability Bulletin

Issue 2 | April - June 2018

Bo (Lauren) Pei Re-Use Program metrics analysis Cheng Cheng (Vicky) Yu Re-Use Program metrics analysis Chin Ching ( Johnny) Wu Energy Engagement David Anbao Liang Communications & marketing plan Ella Hilder Engaging students in sustainability Faisal Alzahid Engaging international students Le K’ng (Lexi) Metro Tasmania user videos Lisa Bromfield Diverting fish waste from landfill Megan Husband Green impact and TUU success Menying (Mabel) Li Source Wholefoods business plan Millicent Knott Engaging students in sustainability Ngoc Vy Pham Metro Tasmania user videos Nina Hamasaki Engaging students in sustainability Pratik Vhatkar Access to nature / campus nexus Tran - Thi Thu Trang Sustainability survey analysis James Sayer Engagement activities - North Varunjani Jayaseelan Ride to Work Day - South TUU SIPS of Sustainability lead to life-long pursuits The Sustainability Integration Program for Students (SIPS) has risen to a whole new level this year under the amazing leadership of Dr Millie Rooney. A record number of applicants and resulting projects were received across a range of disciplines financially supported from various internal and external sources (University, Tasmanian University Union, Metro Tasmania, and the City of Hobart). To say the least, we are EXCITED about the semester 1 internship projects that will help improve our sustainability outcomes and provide great work integrated learning experiences for our intern team! For information or to get involved, SIPS.utas@utas.edu.au or visit: www.utas.edu.au/sustainability/sips

The Green Impact change and engagement program to help staff and students better understand environmental and social sustainability, show how they can effect change, and support them in achieving sustainability outcomes. Look for a July launch to learn how you can join in to create an even more sustainable University of Tasmania. More info here: www.nus.org.uk/greenimpact For information: sustainability.utas@utas.edu.au Major engagement program coming

Students strongly back University carbon neutrality (>85%) and fossil fuel divestment (>79%)

Simple Actions Towards Sustainability

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