Edge Hill University is shining a light on the importance of sustainability with a major new festival.
Sustainability improves society and makes the world a better place for us and future generations while protecting natural habitats and resources – an outlook which underpins the University’s principles and approach to providing quality higher education.
To celebrate that dedication and encourage students, staff and the wider community to look at the world in new ways, the Sustainability Festival is taking place from Monday 1st November to Friday 5th November – coinciding with the first week of the COP26 Climate Summit being hosted by the UK in Glasgow.
The campus will be alive with a huge range of events and activities to put a spotlight on sustainability in all its forms – from talks and campus tours to dance and drama performances, film screenings to litter picks.
Read further the importance of this event: https://www.edgehill.ac.uk/news/2021/10/edge-hill-shines-a-light-on-sustainability-with-major-new-festival/