Would you like to fill up this cold February with some fun? Do you want to learn more about sustainability? Are you keen to connect with others around the climate crisis?
Then join King’s Climate & Sustainability Month taking place throughout the entire month of February. This month is a collaboration between King’s and KCLSU that offers you an opportunity to learn more about sustainability topics, collaborate and connect with others from across King’s.
Starting on Monday the 30 January, there will be over 28 different events across the month including a DIY seed bomb workshop, sustainable career panel discussions and networking, a community mobilisation workshop, a renewable energy seminar, a tree planting afternoon, and much more.
Want to learn more about Climate & Sustainability?
Take the KEATS Sustainability & Climate module, an interdisciplinary module on environmental, economic, and social sustainability has been co-created with students, staff, and alumni. It offers everyone, no matter their field, a broad and critical understanding of sustainability and the climate crisis.
Enrol on KEATS and complete the module by the 8 March to receive an Experience Award which will go on your academic transcript.
A Sustainability Seminar Series covering the biggest topics in sustainability accompanies the module and runs until June.