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Our 5 Eco New Year's Resolutions

Our 5 Eco New Year's Resolutions

Your new year plans are probably already pretty hectic. Whether it’s joining the gym, giving something up or starting something new! Whatever you've got planned we hope you’re ready to kick start the year in style. Here at TSEP we’re planning something a little different, and if you want to make green choices too then here are our eco New Year's Resolutions for 2018.

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Festive Efficiency

Festive Efficiency

It’s almost time to leave uni and go home for Christmas (yay!) but it’s important to remember your room is still there even if you’re not, and it could be using up energy and electricity while you’re away. So, before your dreams of mince pies and presents send you running out the door on the last day of term, remember to take these measures to make sure you stay efficient during the holidays.

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OUR TOP ENERGY SAVING TIPS!

OUR TOP ENERGY SAVING TIPS!

We are constantly seeking to reduce energy usage among UK students, and have provided all the gadgets and gizmos to track your usage. But what are the best ways of saving energy? It’s so much easier that you’d think to reduce your energy usage, and we’re going to share some of our favourite tips with you that you can put into practice in halls!

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Sustainable accommodation supporting universities’ carbon emission target

Sustainable accommodation supporting universities’ carbon emission target

Brite Green’s latest higher education University Carbon Report shows whilst universities in England are improving their year-on-year reduction in carbon emissions, the sector is still falling behind the 2020 HEFCE target set. http://www.brite-green.co.uk/index.php/news/16-managing-sustainability/88-2015-16-university-carbon-report-published

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Global Warming brings more storms!

Global Warming brings more storms!

In the wake of Storm Ophelia, which killed 3 people and left hundreds of thousands without power, experts have warned that further severe weather could be on its way, as climate change kicks in.

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