The University successfully hit a decade-long target for emissions reduction
Climate change and the University of Bath
How we are tackling climate change, through cutting emissions and embedding climate action in how we do business, leading research and high quality teaching.
The team will be working across the University to meet the Climate Action Framework targets and wants to hear from you
11 Climate Action Framework Principles will guide how the University conducts business.
Reports on our progress in meeting our carbon and sustainability targets.
The Steering Group is responsible for governing the University's climate action agenda and tracking progress towards our climate reduction targets.
The Industrial Decarbonisation Research and Innovation Centre (IDRIC) will bring industry and academia together to slash carbon emissions.
The Innovation Centre for Applied Sustainable Technologies (iCAST) will help businesses scale up new sustainable technologies and bring them to market.
University of Bath researcher Caroline Hickman says ‘eco-anxiety’ is affecting increasing numbers of children & young people as the climate destabilises.
Director of the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations Lorraine Whitmarsh is among Reuters' list of the world’s top climate scientists.
The West of England Sustainable Technologies Scale-up Programme is aimed at SMEs exploring how innovation to become more sustainable can benefit their business.
From 2023, sustainable chemistry will be taught to all chemistry students as part of their core studies.
How we aim to achieve our internal targets, covering technical projects, policy changes and the financing to make it happen.
How we use power stations to generate our own sustainable energy for use on campus.
How we're making the University more environmentally sustainable through our teaching, research and administration.
The course is part of our commitment to develop educational initiatives to build a world class reputation for high quality education on climate-related issues.
How Citizenship and Sustainability are interlinked and why we are embedding it into the curriculum.
This course will develop your understanding of corporate social responsibility issues and of core business disciplines.
An environmental engineering master’s that gives you the technical, professional, digital and transferable skills needed in industry.
Prepare yourself for an academic or professional career with a focus on policy and the environment.
Learn the core knowledge and technical skills of chemical engineering and focus on the environmental challenges of new technologies, processes and products.
We are a leading research institute at the University of Bath looking at sustainable energy and the environment.
A global hub for understanding the systemic and society-wide transformations that are required to address climate change.
CSCT unites academic expertise from the University of Bath with partners to carry out research, training and outreach in sustainable and circular technologies.
The IAAPS team has supported propulsion research for over 40 years and offers a unique combination of academic and industrial expertise in all propulsion types.
What you can recycle at each of the campus recycling points and how to arrange collection if necessary.
If you are a member of staff or a postgraduate student at the University of Bath, you can hire an electric bicycle to get to and from campus.
Our employees can take advantage of the government cycle to work salary sacrifice scheme, saving tax and national insurance on their to commute to and from work
The University offers eligible members of staff interest-free loans to assist with the cost of travelling to and from work and Home Office application costs
A collaborative workshop between the university and the local community explores what Bath’s future transport system might look like.
The University of Bath has joined the COP26 Universities Network to help deliver a successful COP26 and support its mission of a low-carbon, resilient world.
A growing group of more than 55 UK-based universities and research centres working together to raise ambition for tangible outcomes from COP26.