Universities and Colleges

Find out more about how Green Impact can help your institution become more sustainable by engaging its student and staff body in taking simple, tangible actions

UK Universities and Colleges

Green Impact has been delivering change and supporting volunteers to become sustainability innovators across campuses for over 10 years. The example that our academic institutions set their students is fundamental to creating a sustainable future. With over 60 institutions who have used the model, we have gained experience in tailoring the approach to fit almost any kind of institution.

Our national engagement work can all be found outlined on the SOS-UK website, along with the 2022-23 sign up form for registering your interest.

International Universities

We work with a number of international delivery partners across Europe and Australasia to develop Green Impact across the world. With the number of institutions and participants growing every year, there is a lot of opportunity for innovation of the programme internationally.

Use the get in touch form below to ask us any questions or head over to our partners page to see our international partners. 


Hedgehog Friendly Campus 

A national biodiversity programme for universities, offering free support to staff and students to make impactful changes for hedgehogs. This programme allows universities to progress through Bronze, Silver and Gold levels, supporting this native species which is currently in severe decline. With a choice of actions including communicating the issues, completing hedgehog surveys and improving green spaces for hedgehogs, there are actions to suit every university. This is a great programme for any urban or rural university and particularly for those who are or have considered declaring a climate and nature emergency.

In 2019, the programme reached 36 universities across the UK and is a partnership between the British Hedgehog Preservation Society and SOS-UK. Contact info@hedgehogfriendlycampus.co.uk for more information and to get involved.


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