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Lancaster's commitment to sustainability
Lancaster University is committed to sustainability. We declared a climate emergency in 2020 and aim to become carbon neutral by 2035.
To tie in with the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow this autumn, we're hosting the COP26@ Lancaster University Festival (20-27 October) with events for all.Sustainability at Lancaster
Our thoughts are with all who are affected by the Coronavirus. We are working hard to ensure we keep you up-to-date with news from Lancaster University.
For us, Lancaster is everything a university should be. It's somewhere you can belong, a community to join with a collection of colleges that offer close-knit support and a proud identity. We set high standards, and we challenge, pushing people to new heights. We support and guide people through their studies, research and careers.Why Lancaster?
Explore Lancaster in a new light...
There will be plenty of opportunities to explore the city centre in new and exciting ways during the Light Up Lancaster festival on November 5 and 6. While Lancaster BID encourages residents and visitors to follow its shop windows trail launched at the festival, Lancaster University promises a warm welcome to its Exploration Zone at The Storey.
How do green technologies help capture CO2?🌍 Discover the latest in carbon capture technology with Lancaster and @SunwayU Prof Mohamed Kheireddine Aroua and other global experts. This seminar series is free and open to all #LUcop26 Sign up here 👉 https://t.co/XrBdwN50E6 https://t.co/XsSFx2VtFC