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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
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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.
Festival shows how research helps us to understand people and the world around us
The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Festival of Social Science at Lancaster University has a strong (but not exclusive) environment focus this year to tie in with the COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
🌳Ever wondered what lessons we can learn from the Montreal Protocol, the landmark agreement to protect the ozone layer? Start Friday by reading this blog by our researcher Paul Young @pjyng and @Parker_CF from Uppsala Uni, now in @SpringerNature. https://t.co/lPo5FHZgEz