Getting involved is the best way to perpetuate sustainability practices on King’s University College's campus! Here are some of the ways you can actively participate in environmental activities on campus and in the city.
KUCSC Environmental Commissioners
Every year, the King’s University College Student Council appoints two Environmental Commissioners to coordinate environmental initiatives, liaise between departments on matters of sustainability, plan awareness activities, and help run the King’s Community Garden.
The Environmental Commissioners work with the Environmental Intern, the Student Issues Committee, he VP of Student Issues on Council, Aramark Food Services, the Physical Plant Department, and various student clubs to make King’s a more environmentally friendly place to learn.
To get in touch with the KUCSC Environmental Commissioners email email@example.com.
Become an Environmental Commissioner!
To apply or get more information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every year at King’s, we devote one week to raising awareness about environmental and sustainability issues, and getting people involved with projects on campus. This is a great opportunity to learn what is happening and how you can make a difference at King’s. Get more info: email@example.com
Western Student Network Group
Western University’s Office of Sustainability and partnering student clubs hold an annual Sustainability Fair, which continues to grow each year with over 20 clubs and groups currently involved. This group of student-facing clubs and campus organizations has banded together to form the Western Environment & Sustainability Network (WE&SN). For more information, including the list of student groups, or to get involved, visit Student Network Groups.
Environment & Sustainability Committee
King's Environmental and Sustainability Committee is a committee of the College Council with a mandate to coordinate and promote environmental and sustainability matters in planning, operations and facilities management; implement the Environment and Sustainability policy; and provide advice and feedback to the College Council, the Board of Directors and the King's President on relevant matters pertaining to environment and sustainability. Its members include the Director of Physical Plant and representatives from staff, faculty, PAOA, KUCSC, and the Green Team.
Campus Green Ups – City of London's 20-Minute Makeover
These biannual events bring the King's Community together! We meet outside and gather garbage and recyclables around campus for about 20 minutes in the spring and fall each year. Come help beautify our campus!
Continuing in our tradition of environmental awareness, members of the King's University College community have been participating in the City of London's 20-Minute Makeover since 2009. This is part of the city's Clean and Green Program, which promotes community cleanup efforts. Photos taken during the spring clean-up are posted on the City’s website to showcase King's as one of the Clean and Green communities in London.