22 - 28 February 2021

Sustainability is one of the most important issues facing our generation, it is vital that all of us come together to take action and improve our sustainability. This campaign is looking to you as students, to understand what you want to see improve regarding sustainability at Royal Holloway, both immediately and over the next few years. We will then take your feedback to the University to help inform the development of a new sustainability strategy. Over the campaign week there are events to get involved with and blogs to read, all focused on the wider sustainability picture and how this impacts us at Royal Holloway. I look forward to seeing you at the events, and hope you get involved with the campaign as much as possible! If you have any further thoughts or questions, please get in contact with me at president@su.rhul.ac.uk.

Kate Roberts, SU President

Sustainability survey

If you want to have your voice heard in the development of the new sustainability strategy, make sure you fill out the survey we are running this week (it should only take five minutes).

Take the survey now

News & Updates

Stay tuned for news articles throughout the week.


Panel Discussion: Universities and the Environment
24th February 6pm - 7pm
Explore why universities should care about sustainability, how sustainability should be a collaborative effort with the student body, and what practical action institutions can take to promote sustainability.
Sustainability Stories with Mya-Rose Craig (a.k.a BirdGirl)
25th February 6pm - 7pm
As part of President Kate Roberts' Seeking Sustainability campaign, join Mya-Rose to hear about her sustainability story and her work on diversity in climate justice.
Netflix Watch Party: A Plastic Ocean
26th February 6pm - 8pm
After discovering the world's oceans brimming with plastic waste, documentary filmmaker Craig Leeson teams up with diver Tanya Streeter and an international team of scientists and researchers to investigate the pollution's environmental impacts.