Learn all about sustainability at the University of Tasmania.
Student Climate Activism with Emily Bresnehan
For Global Climate Change Week, we spoke with student climate activist Emily Bresnehan, a volunteer with the Australian Youth Climate Coalition who's been involved with a number of hands-on campaign against climate change, including coming head-to-head...
This episode we discuss what the University of Tasmania has done to reduce energy consumption on campus, from changing to smarter lightbulbs to designing world-standard sustainable buildings.
The University of Tasmania is the second university in Australia to be certified carbon neutral. Find out about the student movement to become carbon neutral, the process behind making the switch, and what the University does to maintain it's...
Thousands of students and staff driving to University campuses means a whole lot of greenhouse gas emissions. In this episode, we talk about all the projects the uni has created to encourage students to get to campus in a sustainable way.
Often, the first thing we picture when we talk about sustainability is recycling bins. But there's a lot more to waste management than just chucking things in the yellow bin. Find out about how the University practices sustainable procurement, reuses...
Governance and Engagement
In the final episode, we talk about the University's sustainability policies - the documents that guide how sustainability is enacted on campus, who makes decisions, and how sustainability is enacted across the whole campus. We also talk about all the...