Here’s how students can get involved in our work to deliver a more environmentally just world.
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Use your dissertation, placement or project as a force for good
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A learning and discussion group to further anti-racism work
Our podcast series with an intersectional take on the climate emergency
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Make sure your university money is invested in the interest of students
Find out if your institution is ambitious enough in its climate commitments
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.
This is what some of them say about us
We have been working in the same way for a long time and needed to be challenges - it was good to have someone from the outside come at it from a different direction.
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.
Volunteering has allowed me learn how to engage in conversations about actions for the environment in a non-intrusive way to my flatmates and hall residents.
[My experience] means, in interviews, I can talk about actually having some experience in auditing and understanding sustainability in practice, rather than just in theory from my degree.