This year's conference took place on Wednesday 8 June 2022 with a theme of Together For Our Planet.
Together For Our Planet was the focus of 2021’s COP26 Climate Change Conference and is the driving force behind the University’s Climate Plan. It links directly to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Climate Action (SDG 13) is linked to all 16 other SDGs, and climate change is affecting every country on every continent. Tackling climate change can seem like a daunting challenge but with innovative ideas and collaborative new approaches, we can all reduce our impact and support climate action.
Live presentations, including a keynote speech from Professor Piers Forster, took place online alongside an in-person exhibition in Parkinson Court. All presentations were recorded and can be viewed on each presenter's profile page, which can be found in the conference schedule.
Applications for The University of Leeds annual Student Sustainability Research Conference are open to students across all levels and disciplines from the twelve member institutions of Yorkshire Universities. The conference presents the opportunity for students to be inspired, share their sustainability-related research, and learn from their peers from across the region in a professional conference...
The University of Leeds are finalists in the 2023 UK and Ireland Green Gown Awards, after being shortlisted for four awards. The shortlisted projects are Gair Wood, Student Engagement through Residential Services and the Student Sustainability Research Conference, as well as PhD student Hazel Mooney being shortlisted for the student impact award. The Green Gown...
Climate Week 2023 is taking place between Monday 27 – Friday 31 March and there’s lots of ways for you to get involved. Led by LUU, Climate Week aims to inspire students to take action and make changes to become more sustainable. Whether it’s learning more about climate change, attending different events or making small...
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
We use the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a framework to guide our activity. The Student Sustainability Research Conference is linked to all of the SDGs.
Find out more about our impact on the SDGs.