We are providing an increased selection of delivery methods to support organisations to continue to engage staff and students on Green Impact. It may be uncertain how, and where, staff and students within your organisation will be working and studying over the coming academic year; it is likely that a ‘blended’ approach may be taken which combines remote working and some office-based working. We will work with you to find the best approach for your organisation, enabling staff and students to continue to collaborate and work together on interesting, impactful, and creative sustainability projects.
Collaborating on Green Impact can maintain and improve a sense of wellbeing and community within universities, this is particularly important for staff and students who are adapting to working and studying from home. Additionally, sustainable behaviours such as reduced printing and conscious energy use can be embedded into everyday lifestyles through engaging with Green Impact remotely; these behaviours will be ready to be brought back onto campus when the time is right.
You can read our full statement on changes to SOS-UK operations in our statement here;