Climate Action Plan
We're in the top 5 greenest universities in the UK and are the highest-ranking arts university in People & Planet’s University League.
As one of the world’s biggest creative institutions, we must continue to play our part in achieving climate justice.
What we're doing now
Climate Action Plan case study: Collections combatting the Climate Crisis
We've set up a Collections Action Group on Intersectional Environmentalism. We did this because curators, archivists and librarians from across the university wanted to challenge themselves to be more sustainable.
Climate Action Plan case study: Critical Climate Unit
BA (Hons) Critical Practice in Fashion Media at London College of Fashion (LCF) has developed a new unit entitled ‘Critical Climate’. The unit equips students with the ability to identify and respond to climate narratives and theories. Enabling experimentation with different forms of activism within the context of environmental justice.
Views from our community
Climate Action Plan opinion piece: Creativity, the activist’s secret superpower
Clare Farrell and Alice Wilby's opinion piece on how creativity is vital to activism and is like the activist’s secret superpower.
Climate Action Plan opinion piece: Why has decolonising decarbonisation become a significant issue within the climate justice movement?
Rahul Patel's opinion piece on decolonising decarbonisation within the climate justice movement.
Climate Action Plan opinion piece: Fear and the present future
Santenne Luyindula's opinion piece on the way we are ideologically conditioned to react to climate change creating fear and division.