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written by Caro Overy on October 19, 2011
We’re now around halfway through the Global Challenges event series, but don’t forget there are more still to come!
written by Joseph Farthing on October 18, 2011
The Sustainability Office of the University seeks to recruit people to work in Sustainability Engagement throughout the University.
Two Engagement Team Leader roles at 28 hours per week and two Engagement Assistant roles at 7-14 hours per week are available November 2011 through July 2012 on our exciting project of increasing energy efficiency and carbon cutting across the University.
How to apply
To learn more and apply for either position, please download the person specification and application form.
written by Alice O'Rourke on October 10, 2011
This weeks Global Challenges event looks at what the future holds for renewable energy in Scotland, and in what ways you can get involved.
How can Scotland harness the benefits of renewable energy sources?
From 7-9pm, Wed 12th October, Playfair Library, Old College, South Bridge EH8 9YL
Wave and tidal energy, a promising source of green jobs and potential
contributor to energy autonomy for Scotland, requires a skills revolution.
Join us in exploring this topic with the new Edinburgh Centre on Climate
Changer and local renewable energy companies including Pelamis and Artemis
Also find out more from Campaign Against the Arms Trade, Engineers Without Borders, the Institute of Energy Systems, the Careers service and more…
The event is free but requires registration at:
For more info contact: email@example.com
written by Ric Lander on October 7, 2011
It’s harvest time and Edinburgh is celebrating and learning with a whole host of activities at the Out of the Blue Drill Hall in Leith, 16 October.
Food, music, talks, workshops
written by Philip Eldridge on
Fife Futures Forum will be a free two-day conference (12:30-5:30 Saturday, 10-4 Sunday) with the aim of building an informal network of people interested in sustainable development. Limited to 50 places which will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Final deadline for registration is 5pm, 10th October 2011, to register for the conference click here.
written by Matthew Lawson on October 4, 2011
You are warmly invited to the next Transition Edinburgh University Steering Meeting, on Thursday 6th October, at 6pm , in the Middle Bar, Teviot.