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Social Policy Green Impact Team


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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.

The Department was awarded the Silver Award for Sustainability in May 2015.

Current team members are: Marsha Fu, Jeroen Nieboer and Maria Schlegel.

Thank you to David Zhao and Francisca Rodriguez-Fredli for being our student representatives for the 2014/15 academic year.

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