Another Heritage & History post is here! In this post, we hear from Maz Hamilton, the Sustainability Coordinator at CCCU with some input from John Hills, the Sustainability Project Officer […]
Sustainable Development Goal 15 is all about looking after Life on Land as one of our SGOs Chris explored ina previous blogpost (Read about it here) Within this post we […]
Herbs are an essential part of cooking any kind of dish and it is super easy to grow your own. Read on to find out how you can grow your […]
With lockdown making us feel isolated and detached from the world, now more than ever it is important to appreciate the nature around us.
The sixth global mass extinction event is under way. New research has suggested that the global animal population has halved in the last 50 years, and 26,500 species are now […]
This November the University’s sustainability team hosted a debate about ‘Wilding’ Kent; the event was aimed at academics and students and provided an opportunity for discussion of ‘wilding’ and species […]