Whales keep carbon out of the atmosphere. To raise awareness around the need for their conservation, come along to help local artist Sonia design a real-size whale with natural paint and chalks.
Join us by the lake at 1.00pm - 3.00pm
Student Switch Off Ambassador Campaign
Student Switch Off is an award-winning sustainability campaign, supporting and encouraging students living in halls of residence to save energy and water. All halls are competing to save the most energy and water, at the end of the year residents of the winning hall will be rewarded with an evening of drinks and a meal.
Ambassadors drive the campaign and raise awareness on sustainability issues, with a particular focus within halls of residence. You do not need any previous experience or knowledge to be an ambassador. Through the role you will meet new people and develop skills in campaigning, communication, event planning, team work, and marketing. Sign up and get involved.
Join us in 3E 3.5 at 1.15pm - 3.05pm or 3.15pm - 5.05pm
Come along for a coffee and a chat about climate change with our eco-anxiety experts, colleagues and students. To find sustainable solutions, we have to face the paradox that it is only through facing our vulnerability, painful truths, collective denial, grief and loss that we will be able to develop the sustainable action that we need to take to save ourselves as well as the planet.
Find us in The Art Studio, The Edge at 3.00pm - 4.30pm
The Trial of Daisy the Cow
Daisy the Cow is Guilty! …or is she? Written and directed by Peter Harper, Natural Sciences, in collaboration with the SU Bath University Student Theatre, Daisy the Cow goes on trial for her CO2 emissions in this piece of political theatre. Audience participation encouraged!
The performance is free, confirm your space by booking online.
Performed in The Western Studio, The Edge at 5.00pm - 6.30pm. Contact Peter Harper or email@example.com for more information.