Here at Lancaster University, we believe that everyone has the ability to transform our world. It is essential to our sustainability work, and we want to engage with and support all our staff and students so we can act together as a community, to help tackle the climate emergency in a collaborative way.
Green Lancaster is a collaborative initiative run by Lancaster University and Lancaster University Students’ Union to grow sustainable ideas across the whole university community.
Both staff members and students can get involved in any of their projects – from growing vegetables and looking after chickens at the ECOHub allotment on campus, to planting trees and wildflowers to encourage biodiversity in the local area.Green Lancaster
Green Lancaster FAQs Accordion
What is Green Lancaster?
Green Lancaster is a partnership between Lancaster University and the Students’ Union devoted to engaging students, staff, and the local community in practical responses to the climate and ecological emergencies.
How do I get involved?
Contribute to projects as a volunteer or a student staff member and start your journey to making a difference. Getting involved is easy and how involved you get is completely up to you. Sign up for the Green Lancaster newsletter, follow us on social media, check out the Green Lancaster events feed, and volunteer your time to help tackle climate change through a range of projects and activities. Events are free to attend and most of them do not require registration, except for off-campus ECOWild Field Trips.
What projects can I get involved with?
Green Lancaster run a wide range of activities throughout the year, from ECOWoods activity days restoring and maintaining areas of woodland, to Dr Bike maintenance workshops, repair workshops, reuse and recycling via the Don’t Ditch It project, ECOWild off-campus field trips and on-campus biodiversity monitoring walks, and ECOChallenge.
Where is Green Lancaster based?
Green Lancaster doesn’t really have a fixed address. Our offices are on the main campus but you’ll often find us at the ECOHub or at Forrest Hills, where we meet and work with our volunteers, partners, and student team. The best way to reach us is via email: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will happily meet with you at the ECOHub.