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Exchanging ideas on key climate actions needed at COP28

Students, academics, staff and visitors came together to discuss priorities for climate action ahead of this year’s COP28 meeting of world leaders.

Panel and audience at the SSPP COP28 event Nov 2023

Idea Factory Competition returns with Open Pitch Night

A new event format saw 34 teams from across King’s College London pitch their early-stage ideas.

12 people standing on stage cheering

King's staff empowered to make sustainable changes across university

The relaunches of the Sustainability Champions scheme will ignite inspired staff to develop and implement sustainable initiatives for their departments.

Sustainability Conference 2023

Climate Action Network relaunch sees King's community ready to dive into sustainability

Students and staff from across King’s came together to tackle sustainability and maximise positive impact

Climate Action Network Relaunch 2023

King's engineer partners with British Council to develop hands-on learning at overseas universities

The project led by Dr Tabbi Awotwe aims to equip graduates with the skills needed to tackle engineering challenges to further net zero

Maiden Workshop

Homelessness and social work education

Karl Mason discussed emerging findings from a NIHR School for Social Care Research study

Slide for a presentation on homelessness

New installation on the Strand will imagine a climate-positive mythical world

Acclaimed design studio Superflux and King’s Culture present 'The Quiet Enchanting', an installation inspired by King’s climate and sustainability research

The Quiet Enchanting Web Resize Oct 2023

Geography wins sixth consecutive Gold Award for contributions to sustainability at King's

The award recognises the work of Sustainability Champions in the Department of Geography towards making positive and sustainable changes at King’s.

King's climate and sustainability, Seed bombs event 2023

5 things that made the 2023 WEN Retreat better than ever

Returning for 2023, the Women Entrepreneurs Retreat saw over 60 women coming together to explore all aspects of building a venture.

WEN Retreat attendees

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.

The Homelessness Social Worker role - challenges & impact

Research Fellow Jess Harris reported from an NIHR School for Social Care Research study

Person rough sleeping on a park bench

Planting the seed to support King's local communities

As part of an initiative to give back to the local communities surrounding King’s, colleagues at the university are encouraged to spend up to three days...

Stephanie wearing a white hat, kneeling down and gardening at Coin Street Neighbourhood's Community Garden.

Climate scientists have improved risk communication but challenges remain

A new study involving King’s climate expert Dr Tamsin Edwards analysed how uncertainties around projecting sea-level rise are communicated in climate...

Vanderford Glacier, a major outlet glaciers that is thinning and retreating in Wilkes Land, East Antarctica (credit: Richard Jones)

Exploring low-barrier drug and housing interventions for people experiencing homelessness

Ben Scher was the latest speaker in the Homelessness series at King's

Syringes and other drug-taking paraphenalia strewn on waste ground

One year of King's Volunteering

As we mark one year since the launch of King’s Volunteering, we look back at how students and staff have volunteered and celebrate their achievements.

Gardening-Volunteering 26 - Yellow (2)


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