The purpose of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is to increase understanding of a complex and changing world through excellent teaching and research in the social sciences by promoting its work to policy makers and practitioners in the public, private and voluntary sectors. Founded in 1895, LSE adopted the motto rerum cognoscere causas – to understand the causes of things.
LSE educates around 9,000 students from 140 countries. It employs 2,100 members of staff, and manages 28 campus buildings and 8 halls of residence across 4 London boroughs, as well as an 11 acre sports ground in Surrey.
LSE supports the leaders and citizens of the future to responsibly shape the world in which we live, by collectively working to continually improve LSE's environmental and social impacts.
Follow the link to read the full LSE Environmental Sustainability Policy.