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Reduce the Juice: Connect!

By Konrad 27 Aug 2020

Take action on climate change, and become a certified Sustainability Advocate

Reduce the Juice Connect is a sustainability engagement programme developed by the University of London. Our goal is to give students and staff the knowledge and skills to become advocates for environmental sustainability so that we can work together to create a sustainable global future. In previous years, the project has focused on helping residents make sustainable behaviour changes in their halls. This year, we’re taking the project online and expanding it in scope, so that we can reach as many people as possible. 

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If you’re interested in learning about the climate crisis and want to know what we can do as individuals to drive positive change, then get involved! Take part in our webinars, challenges and competitions, and learn how to make a difference to the planet through your daily actions. Regular participants in the project will receive a Sustainability Advocate Award from the University of London at the end of the year. 

Each month during the academic year, Reduce the Juice: Connect will focus on a different sustainability theme. We’ll host a live webinar, introducing you to important sustainability issues such as low carbon energy, creating a zero-waste world, and saving water in a time of increasing climate instability. We’ll focus on what we can do in everyday life and within our communities, to reduce our impact on the planet and be part of positive change.

Each month, you’ll also be invited to take part in a sustainability challenge to show how you’ve put your knowledge into practice. Show us what you’re doing to live sustainably by tagging us on social media or emailing us, and each month we’ll choose a winner to receive an exciting sustainable prize! And if you take part in at least three webinars and three challenges, you’ll receive a Sustainability Advocate Award from the University of London at the end of the year!

To get involved, sign up to our mailing list through our website here.  You can also follow us on social media for regular updates, through TwitterFacebook and Instagram