In 2020 Royal Holloway’s ten year strategic plan is up for renewal. The strategic plan looks at every single aspect of the University, describing the future they’re working towards, the challenges faced and a steer for various groups and departments.
After declaring a Climate Emergency in 2019, one of the policies the Students’ Union adopted was “to lobby the College to declare a climate emergency and adopt the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals into its new Strategic Plan”.
Following this I have been working with the University to ensure that they will take environmental sustainability as seriously as the student body and that the environment is a key point in their new strategic plan.
Since tackling the climate emergency is key to the future of our generation, we need student voice to be at the very centre of their plans for the future. As a result, it would be great to get your input on the following questions.
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your opinions on these question, don’t feel the need to answer them all if you don’t wish to!
I will be in Tommy’s Lounge on Tuesday 21 January from 13:00 – 16:00. This is a session for anyone to come by and talk further about the topic or have wider discussions about the questions raised. Please do pop by to let me know your thoughts!
The University is also hosting an interactive sustainability show, Thinking Bigly, on Wednesday 22 January. This theatre performance talk about sustainability will be held in the Windsor Auditorium from 2pm and you can register for free tickets here.
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