These projects, led by student unions, will drive transformative sustainability across their campuses and communities, creating world-leading greening credentials across English higher education.
The student-led funding panel considered proposals from 120 students’ unions and each successful project has been granted between £150,000 and £300,000 for a project period of two years. The NUS will support these projects during this period.
The £5m Students’ Green Fund has been funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE).
Image adapted from the NUS Students’ Green Fund micro-site
More on the funded projects (from NUS Students’ Green Fund micro-site)
News post on the HEFCE website on award of £5M to the NUS to establish the fund