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Social Policy Green Impact Team

 

Flowers in the LSE garden

Green Impact is an environmental accreditation scheme which empowers teams of staff and students across the School to green office practice and be a part of creating real environmental change. It recognises good practice, enables departments to benchmark their existing achievements, and is a key part of embedding the LSE Environmental Policy and Carbon Management Plan in the day-to-day life of the School.

The Social Policy Green Impact Team was formed in January 2012, and the Department currently holds the Silver Award for Sustainability.

Current team members: Aifsha Butt  and Maria Schlegel.

Our student representatives for 2016-17 are:

Felipe Artigas

Felipe Artigas
For the past 5 years, Felipe worked for one of the largest law firms in Chile.  In doing so, he provided legal services to several local and international clients working in renewable energy projects in Chile. He has thorough experience in conducting due diligence, drafting and negotiating different agreements, participating in private and public tender processes as well as in day to day corporate matters of companies. Before joining the law firm, Felipe volunteered in the Environmental Assessment Agency located in Antofagasta, Chile. 

Felipe is currently studying a MSc in Environmental Policy and Regulation at the London School of Economics.

 
Isabella Troconis

Isabella Troconis
Isabella has over 3 years of experience in international development and sustainability. Isabella has worked for several think tanks, NGOs and international organizations in Strasbourg, Brussels, Mexico City, Washington D.C. and Kampala. At the Organization of American States, she managed the Eco-Challenge, a sustainability program that connected the beverage industry with young entrepreneurs with environmental businesses. The Eco-Challenge seeks to incorporate sustainable practices developed by young entrepreneurs into the industry’s supply chain. Before studying at LSE, Isabella worked at a social solar energy start-up called Village Energy based in Kampala, Uganda where she supported women in starting and running solar micro-businesses. 

Isabella is currently studying a Msc in Environmental Policy and Regulation at London School of Economics.

 

Our aims are to:

  • Reduce the amount of printing we produce.
    Please see double-sided printing setup guide. 
  • Reduce waste and increase the amount of waste that is recycled
  • Reduce our energy consumption
  • Generally reduce our impact on the environment
  • Promote sustainable transport and accessibility advice to visitors.
    Please see LSE's travel plan.

We ask all concerned  to follow the guidelines that have been developed

and to be aware of

 

 

Green Impact Project 2017

The team, along with staff and student volunteers worked with the London Wildlife Trust at the Gunnersbury Triangle wet woodland nature reserve

View the image gallery here

 

 Green Impact

 

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