University of Gloucestershire commits to net zero carbon emissions by 2030
14th October 2021
The University of Gloucestershire has today announced its plans to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2030.
A pioneer and leader of sustainability in higher education and the region, the University’s previous carbon strategy (2010-2020) achieved a 47% drop in emissions by 2019 that rose to 63% by 2020 – surpassing its target of 40% by 2020. It had already fully divested from fossil fuels in May 2018 and these credentials helped the University to become the UK’s most sustainable university in the People and Planet League 2019. Find out more on the university website.