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Research Director appointed for King's Business School's new Centre for Sustainable Business

Centre will provide businesses with practical solutions to transition to more sustainable practices

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King's achieves first-class sustainability ranking

King’s placed fifth in the UK in rankings from People & Planet

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Impact on a local, national, and global scale: King's publishes report highlighting contributions towards UN's Sustainable Development Goals

The report details some of the diverse ways King’s work aligns with the SDGs to support the global effort to build a better world.

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Progress on poverty reduction falling short of UN's Global Goals

Bleak projections predict extreme poverty is on the rise in low-income countries and UN targets will be missed

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Celebrating the King's community driving forward sustainability

Staff, students and alumni came together at the King’s Climate & Sustainability Awards 2023 to celebrate the efforts of those helping to make King’s a more...

Group photo taken at the sustainability awards 2023 showing about 100 people holding up SDG boards.

Wastewater microfibres contributes to potential pollution on Kenyan coastline

Researchers from King’s and Northumbria University found that microfibres released from washing clothes may pose problems for East African ecosystems

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Boost your employability this summer with an internship

10 part-time paid internships offer King’s students the opportunity to experience life in a start-up.

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King's students and staff spotlight climate and sustainability across February

King’s Sustainability hosts 39 events across February as part of King’s Climate & Sustainability Month to shine a light and come together on these global...

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Engineers in Business Competition winners announced

Three finalists pitched their ideas in last night’s final to be crowned the first Engineers in Business Competition winner.

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King's hosts the London Student Sustainability Conference 2023

Hosted at King’s, students from 10 London-based universities came together to present and learn about the work inspiring positive impacts around the world.

A group of students holding up SDG boards during the LSSC networking.

Project on household water insecurity receives €2 million in funding

A research project analysing insecure water access in Europe and the United States has been awarded €2 million by the European Research Council (ERC).

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Progressive water policy needs to be intrinsically linked to human rights and sustainability

King’s Water Centre has launched four policy papers that explore how we can ensure we have a just and sustainable water future.

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Fast-growing cities in the US also have increasing numbers of residents without access to piped water, finds new report

A new in-depth report finds an increase in households without piped running water – what the authors call ‘plumbing poverty’ – in some of America’s wealthiest...

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Clean water and carbon storage will be vital for biodiversity

A new paper, published in Nature, Ecology and Evolution, has found that protection of land important to both carbon sequestration and clean water supply is...

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NASA contribute to analysing London's heat and agriculture

Vital data to help address global challenges involving urban heat, agriculture, water use, and food security under changing climates, will shortly be...

NASA contribute to analysing London's heat and agriculture

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