The University is a finalist in four categories of the Green Gown Awards Australasia:
The CSD Sustainability Team would like to extend its warmest congratulations to a small group of University students for taking away the Undergraduate Tertiary Students iAward at the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) iAwards on Friday 2 June.
CSD will be rolling out an institutional re-use scheme across southern sites during June.
The University has been named as a finalist in the 2016 Tasmanian Community Achievement Awards, in the EPA Sustainability category.
The University of Tasmania has been named as a finalist in all four categories entered for the Green Gown Awards Australasia, run by Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS):
For its work implementing the Sustainably Transport Strategy, the University is a finalist in the 2016 Tasmanian Perpetual Trustees Launceston Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards. The University’s commitment to working with Metro Tasmania and the State Government to deliver improved campus bus services and infrastructure has delivered high frequency, year-round services on the CBD-Inveresk-Mowbray-Newnham corridor and new bus […]
Congratulations to the residents of John Fisher College for taking out the Accommodation Services South Energy Challenge two years in a row!
Well, we have already said that if everyone does their bit to switch off, the impact can be significant. The results from the Easter shut down are in, and they’re looking great!
Thinking of taking up cycling between the Hobart CBD and the Sandy Bay campus? Some of the safest bicycling routes are displayed on Decide Your Ride.
Have you completed the Sustainability Survey for staff and students? If you have, many thanks. If you haven’t, there’s still time (open til 18 April) – and there are prizes to be won!