The Sustainable Projects Fund is an LSE prize-fund for student and staff-led projects that enhance sustainability at LSE. It is run by the LSESU Sustainable Futures Society. The money comes from a 10p ‘tax’ on bottled water sold by LSE Catering. Funds are awarded annually by an independent judging panel including students, senior academics and the Director of Estates.
Up to £20,000 is available to be won each year. For more information on the Fund, making an application, and about the winning projects, visit the LSESU Sustainable Futures Society website or contact the society by e-mail at email@example.com
Previous year's projects include the instalations of bike maintenance stands, a green roof and live energy displays. The pages below highlight previous winners:
"We are delighted to support these projects, which will positively contribute to the life of the School whilst improving its environmental impact. The strength and variety of all the applications was a testament to the huge wealth of talent and creativity at the School."
~ Julian Robinson, Director of Estates