The Aberdeen University Students’ Association is marking the upcoming Climate Week with a programme events which are open to staff as well as students.
The Climate Week programme is organised by the Sustainable Futures team at the Aberdeen University Students’ Association. Sarah Turner is leading on the programme, she said: “Climate Week is a really great opportunity to get thinking about our impact on the environment, and how small changes that we make in our everyday lives can reduce our carbon footprint. From making biodegradable plastic, to learning to appreciate the botanical gardens or even enjoying a bicycle powered film screening, there is something for everyone to get involved in.”
Events open to staff and studennts
Wednesday 5th March: Tour of Cruickshank Botanic Gardens
2pm-3.30pm, Cruickshank Botanic Gardens. Meet in Cruickshank building Courtyard for 2pm.
Join us for a guided tour around the beautiful Cruickshank Botanic Gardens with curator Mark Paterson. Places are limited, so book yours now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday 6th March: Bicycle powered film night
5.30-7.30pm, the Old Library at Crombie Halls
Film screening of the beautiful and amazing film Chasing Ice withfree pizza and cakes. https://www.facebook.com/events/246622412183302/
Contact Sarah Turner by emailing email@example.com for further information.