What is Get Green?
Get Green was a two-year project (2013-15) funded by the NUS Students’ Green Fund, with four strands: Learn, Act, Engage, Create. The project empowers students to change how and what they learn, how they act, gives them opportunities to engage with like-minded students and supports them to create change through their own ideas and campaigns.
Want to get involved?
See the Engage page for more information on our volunteering opportunities, teams and events.
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Bristol European Green Capital 2015
Bristol is European Green Capital 2015! That means there is no better time to learn about sustainable development and how it relates to you. Sustainability is a huge part of student life at the University of Bristol and Bristol SU Get Green is a fun and easy way to get involved.
By contributing volunteering hours, completing sustainable internships and creating research projects, our students are helping make 2015 an excellent year and Bristol a more sustainable place to live.
Green CApital Change Maker Award
Students who have given 7 hours or more to social, economic or environmental sustainability during 2015 can become a Green Capital Change Maker. This could be a volunteer project, research project, paid employment- as long as you have shared your experiences (e.g. via a presentation or social media) you qualify. Apply for your award here.
Societies, Student Media and Sports Clubs
Interested in making your society or sports club more sustainable? There is a sustainability kitemark you can achieve- email Jessica Sharratt for this and support running Green Capital events.
Community organisations, charities and companies can get involved too:
If you are a community organisation, charity or company that would like to work with Bristol SU on a Green Capital Project then email Jessica Sharratt.