By Polly Wyatt Business School Green Impact team member
Here at the Business School, we are initiating a conversation concerning local wildlife and wellbeing: Providing tips on how to connect with nature, how to enhance nature, and how to enjoy wildlife both individually and collectively.
Business School Green Impact team member, Claire Tymoshyshyn, shares her top tips for making the most of your existing clothing, how you can take your clothes even further, and how to help reduce your wastefulness in one of the world’s largest polluting industries: fashion.
By Claire Tymoshyshn Business School Green Impact team member
During April, the Business School
Green Impact Team are focusing on Waste and Recycling. As this week is Fashion
Revolution week, and we all buy and wear clothes, I thought it would be helpful
to explain how to get involved in this great way to reduce your waste and
increase your recycling activity!
By Lena Hoedl BSc Marketing and Management (with a professional placement year)
I am sure a lot of you can relate when I say that 24 hours a day are sometimes not enough to get all the things done we have on our to-do-lists. Going to lectures and seminars, keeping on top of notes, working on assignments, and studying for test and exams can be a lot to handle at once. However, there are some tips and tricks for making most of your time and making university life a little bit more stress-free.
By Yvonne Barnes Business School Green Impact team member
Water is essential for human life. It accounts for 50-70% of our body weight and is crucial for most bodily functions. With the current changing climate and extreme weather we have been experiencing, water supply is becoming increasingly unpredictable.
Polish your networking and communication skills if you want to get ahead was the main message to Business School students attending a leadership event hosted by CPA Australia, the Australian professional accounting body, last autumn term.
By Amy Collyer Business School Green Impact team member
Volunteering is a wonderful way to get involved with interests and issues that matter to you, by supporting local community groups, charities and non-profit organisations, whilst learning and developing new skills, meeting like-minded people, and opening doors to further opportunities.
Fellow Business School students and staff share their experiences of volunteering and its benefits:
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