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12 October 2020

GSI Manager Felicity talks about her favourite bit of the GSI Strategy Day, and encouraging the team to bond through creative tasks and the sharing of memories and inspirations Read more…

20 August 2019

Surfing and sustainability enthusiast Natalie Fox found the perfect internship opportunity: creating something useful, a surf board, from Styrofoam packaging to reduce waste in the Maldives Read more…

20 August 2019

Eating a plant based diet is one of the most effective ways an individual can contribute to a more sustainable planet. So it only makes sense that the Global Sustainability Institute started exclusively using vegetarian catering in 2017… Read more…

20 August 2019

Art student, Cecelia Wood, spent 6 weeks as an intern with the Global Sustainability Institute helping us to design a unique sustainability welcome pack for all new students Read more…

21 July 2019

With vegetarian options like Linda McCartney, Beyond Meat, and Gregg’s vegan sausage rolls, the need for slaughterhouses and livestock is becoming obsolete. For vegetarians that miss the taste of meat, not only are plant based alternatives available, but potentially now synthetic meat too… Read more…

20 March 2019

My name is Liz and I am an international MBA student here at ARU. I started last September, and I am enjoying my time here. Not only because of the academic challenge of pursuing a Masters degree in a second language, but also because Cambridge itself is a vibrant community. Specifically, societies! Read more…

29 March 2018

On 15 March 2018, we were joined by Duncan Mitchell, Senior Lawyer at the Environment Agency (currently on secondment to DEFRA), and the first guest speaker in our new Environmental Law Seminar Series. Nathan, a second year law student at Anglia Ruskin, reflects on his impressions of the seminar. Read more…

29 January 2018

On 24 January 2018, Primary Education Studies students from Anglia Ruskin University, PGCE students from Cambridge University, and local primary school teachers came together for a day of learning around how to embed Sustainability into learning and teaching… Read more…

30 June 2016

For 11 weeks in 2016, the GSI hosted two paid student interns to help with our research and comms work in EfS. Ava Heinonen was one of them, based in Cambridge. Here's what she had to say about it... Read more…

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