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Future Leaders Programme 2024 - Centre for Landscape Regeneration

29 January 2024

The Centre for Landscape Regeneration (CLR) is offering a number of roles as part of this year’s Future Leader Programme with the aim to improve diversity and inclusion in the environmental sciences. These roles are funded by NERC in line with the NERC Diversity and Inclusion Living Action Plan.

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Climate Challenge 2024

10 January 2024

Are you interested in climate change and want to give entrepreneurship a try? Want to develop your ideas and be in with a chance of winning a £1500 cash prize? The Climate Challenge is an early-stage climate entrepreneurship training programme and competition for postgrads and postdocs at the University of Cambridge.

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CamEATS ZERO: Supporting Cambridge Colleges to reduce the climate impact of catering

8 January 2024

CamEATS ZERO, launching in February 2024, is supporting all Cambridge Colleges to implement sustainable food policies to build on their progress towards achieving Net Zero. CamEATS ZERO has produced science-based Guidance on four priority actions for sustainable food policies together with training in plant-based cookery and minimising food waste for all catering staff.

Applications for Engage for Change 2023/2024 now open!

Engage for Change 23/24 Applications are Open!

25 October 2023

Applications for the 2023/2024 Engage for Change programme are now open! Apply now to develop knowledge and skills around climate and sustainability, build your CV and make a different in your University community!

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The University of Cambridge takes part in DARe, the new Research Hub for Decarbonised Adaptable and Resilient Transport Infrastructures

14 September 2023

DARe, the new Research Hub for Decarbonised Adaptable and Resilient Transport Infrastructures has received £10 million in funding from the Department for Transport and UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). Led by Newcastle University, the Research Hub includes partner institutions such as the universities of Cambridge, Glasgow, and Heriot-Watt.

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Student Societies Climate Fund 2023/2024

14 August 2023

Cambridge Zero is delighted to continue to offer the Student Societies Climate Fund for the 2023/2024 academic year.

The Student Societies Climate Fund is a termly funding call for all student societies and JCR/MCRs at the University of Cambridge to apply for a share of £1500, available termly, to fund climate-related projects and initiatives.