Education for Sustainability is about empowering our students to take action on the issues that matter.
As well as finding out more about the opportunities available at Anglia Ruskin, you can also read these case studies to see what motivated our students and staff to first get involved.
Become part of a world-leading research centre and learn about sustainability. Find out what previous interns have been working on and how you can get involved.
Anglia Ruskin University is now a fully accredited Responsible Futures institution. Read more about what this means for you.
Take a look at the Students' Union volunteering pages to find out about opportunities across Cambridge, Chelmsford and Peterborough. Cambridge based students can also check out the Cambridge Hub - a student-led group offering practical volunteering, skilled placements, project incubation and events to help shape a better world.
Sustainability related societies which might be of interest include:
Win up to £250 to help make your club or society more environmentally friendly.
From increased opportunities for cyclists and walkers, to campus biodiversity tours, there are lots of ways to engage with our Environment Team to help make Anglia Ruskin a greener place for all.
Sainji is a small village at the foothills of the Himalayas. Each year a small group of staff and students from Anglia Ruskin visits the village to support on sustainability and other community-related projects.
These lunchtime talks explore topics on issues as varied as food, the fashion industry, health and wellbeing, nature and nature's value. Visit the GSI homepages to find out more about when they are taking place.