Green Impact is a university wide change and engagement program, developed in the UK by NUS, and piloted for the first time in Australia at UoM.
Sustainability Advocate Program
Staff and Student Sustainability Advocates play a key part in the University of Melbourne achieving a sustainable campus.
Biodiversity is a key part of sustainability and a project is currently in progress.
A key focus will be on further energy reduction and transitioning our energy supply to renewable energy sources.
Recycling & Waste
The University is dedicated to reducing its waste to landfill by avoiding or minimising waste occurrence and through its recycling and waste management.
Furniture & E-waste
The Reuse Service offers a sustainable and economic alternative to purchasing new furniture or equipment for your office.
Cycle, walk, or take public transport to help the environment, improve fitness and minimise overall energy usage.
Over the next four years, the focus will be on fully reviewing and implementing the Water Management Plans for each campus.
The historic gardens and buildings on campus, including statistical data and university wide tours.
At Melbourne, we choose fair trade products as part of our commitment to sustainability and social responsibility.