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London School of Economics
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London WC2A 2AE, UK

 

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greenboard

Welcome to the Department of Mathematics Green Noticeboard - a virtual noticeboard for environmental matters of relevance or potential interest to the staff and students of the Department of Mathematics at LSE. On this noticeboard you'll find green tips, news and announcements and best practice policies. You'll also find out all about Green Impact at LSE.

Useful documents and links

Recycling

Shut Down

The Department

Travel

  • Draft Departmental Travel Policy (PDF)
  • LSE's provides excellent facilities for cycling and walking to work - find out more here
  • The closest cycle park to the Department is in the basement of the Towers (and is secure - access is only possible with an LSE ID card)
  • The closest showers to the Department are in the basement of the Old Building
  • Did you know LSE offers a Cycle to Work scheme for salaried employees?  Find out more here
  • Information on all recommended ways of reaching LSE can be found here
  • London cycle hire scheme (also known as Santander cycles)
    This is a public bicycle sharing scheme for short journeys in and around central London. There are three cycle hire stations on the campus: Houghton Street (closest to the Department), Sardinia Street and Portugal Street. The bicycles are available 24 hours a day, all year round. There is no need to book and access to the bikes is self-service, so just turn up and go whenever you get the urge. The first 30 minutes of each journey are free. For more information about the scheme, hire/access fees and usage charges see the web page about the scheme on the Transport for London website

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