Green Portsmouth

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Year 9 teams competed to win the annual Green Portsmouth award presented by Michelle Farrell, Sustainable Project Officer from the National Union of Students.

The overall winner was the Psychology Green Team based in King Henry Building who received a Gold award for their Green Impact workbook entry and scored the most points for their submission.

The Energy and Environment Team are really pleased with everyone’s commitment to Green the University. The workbooks this year focused on energy, waste, water and travel themes. It’s all about reducing energy and water use, recycling more and travelling sustainably.

Pictured: Marine Joly, Eglantine Julle-Daniere and Macauly Gatenby with Michelle Farrell on the right

All other teams who submitted workbooks received gold or silver awards as follows:

Evergreen Team – Lion Gate (Gold workbook award)
Green Door - James Watson (Gold workbook award)
Library Green Team (Gold workbook award)
International Green Team (Gold workbook award)
Marketing and Communications (Gold workbook award)
SECS Greenies - St Georges (Silver workbook award)
UPDA Green Team – Dentistry (Gold workbook award)
Sports Green & Keen (Silver workbook award)

Staff and students can find out more on our internal Green Impact page.