We support students and wider society to learn, act and lead for environmental justice.

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Here’s how students can get involved in our work to deliver a more environmentally just world.
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Change is urgently needed to tackle the injustices and unsustainability in our world

We believe education can bring about that change. SOS-UK is a student-led education charity focusing on sustainability - we know environmental sustainability cannot be achieved in isolation, so our work spans across issues of justice and wellbeing as well.

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What we've been up to

We partner with students, universities, organisations and funders to drive change

This is what some of them say about us

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Student Switch Off Ambassador

Imperial College London
Volunteering for Student Switch Off has been a great learning experience, attending some of the webinars and workshops has been a good way to connect with students who share similar values, this made me feel more hopeful for the future.
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Student Green Impact Auditor

University of Sheffield
I thoroughly enjoyed [my experience as a Green Impact auditor] and it was fantastic to collaborate with fellow students, support the University's sustainability efforts and develop plenty of skills throughout the day.
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Sara Kassam, Sustainability Lead

V&A
We chose SOS-UK to launch our sustainability learning and development programme due to their vast experience in staff engagement and tailored approach to meeting our needs. The webinars delivered have been well-constructed and thought-provoking, with an overwhelmingly positive response from attendees!
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Student Fairtrade University Auditor

At the beginning of the audit experience I was apprehensive as it seemed a very advanced process beyond my current skill set, however I I found the process, after training, to be straightforward and informative, educating myself on the social inequalities presented by non-fairtrade products.