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Sustainable Style Charity Gala

Innovative ideas and events that speak to our community desires and the University’s sustainability strategy are a wonderful way to initiate behaviour change. Sustainable Style have risen to the challenge and are…

Sustainability Internships are still live!

The University of St Andrews is excited to announce that the 2023 Sustainability Internship applications are now live! There are 14 opportunities available to work on topics such as biodiversity, active travel, the…

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Bus subsidy provides helping hand in challenging times

A pilot scheme between the University and Stagecoach to give staff and students a 75% discount on bus travel saved more than £700,000 in its first 12 months and reduced the carbon footprint of travellers by 614 tonnes…

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St AndReuse

St AndReuse is a town-wide partnership project between Transition University of St Andrews and the St Andrews Environmental Network. It aims to tackle waste, save carbon, keep money in our pockets and build community,…

Putting down roots to grow strong food network

In 2023, local sustainability group Transition University of St Andrews set up a gleaning network to redistribute unharvested vegetables from farmers’ fields to community and fridges in North East Fife, including the…

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School of Medicine

The Medical School has developed an inter-varsity group of Scottish medical schools to form a network of sustainable medicine practice, working to develop the network of students and practitioners in the field through…

Golden Dandelion Awards

Now in their fourth year, the Golden Dandelion Awards are coordinated by the University’s Sustainability in the Curriculum Committee (SiTC), inviting submissions that demonstrate considerable contribution to Education…

Creating Impact through Enterprise Education

Associate Dean (Education) Arts & Divinity, Dr Gosia Mitka, with Kenneth Boyd and Dr Kirsty Ross in the School of Computer Science, launched a project helping students to identify issues they believed were important to…