People & Planet Green League
How green is your university?
People & Planet’s Green League is the only comprehensive and independent league table of UK universities ranked by environmental and ethical performance. It is compiled annually by the UK’s largest student campaigning network, People & Planet.
So what do the results mean for the future of the sector? Read the full story here
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The award-winning People & Planet Green League is the only independent league table showing the environmental & ethical performance of UK universities and is credited with putting climate change on the desk of every Vice-Chancellor in the UK.
More universities than ever participated in People & Planet’s Green League 2013 with 143 universities providing People & Planet and HESA with enough information to be entered into the 2013 league table.
The 2013 league table was published by The Guardian. View the full features on The Guardian Education website
Find out what people are saying about this year’s People & Planet Green League on our **Supporters page
For potential students
If you are considering going to university compare your UCAS choices first by using our Create-Your-Own Green League tool. Studying or working at the greenest UK universities will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to get the green jobs of the future, whereas going to the worst can dramatically increase your own carbon footprint!
Visit our Student Media page to help make a big splash about the Green League results in your local student paper.
We would like to thank all our hard-working student volunteers without whom the compilation of the People & Planet Green League 2013 would simply not be possible. In no particular order, thank you to: Charlotte Black, Gabriela Mendez, Gratiela Necsutu, Mogi Tsend Ayush, Anna Boeles-Rowland, Tiffany Williams, Kameliya Stoyanova, Sarah Jones, Lori Marriott, Isabelle Mumby, Elsa Zhoa, Tara Clarke, Ruth Fox, Andy Taylor. And a big thanks to the Green League project team Zach White, Jessica Stanton, Richard Roaf, Phoebe Cullingworth, Rich Lott, Hannah Smith and Louise Hazan.