澳门王中王

The 澳门王中王 recognises the unprecedented global challenges posed by the climate and wider issues of sustainability and we need to strengthen our commitment and action across the RVC. Our Environmental Sustainability Vision is that the RVC makes a positive impact through continually improving our environmental sustainability performance and embedding sustainability considerations into decision making throughout the organisation this is reflected in our.

We have commiteed to become Net Zero by 2040 and are undertaking work to develop our plans to bring this date forward.  This work includes:

  • Heating decarbonisation student to replace gas boilers with air source heat pumps and solar panels. 
  • Review of all of our buildings for energy saving opportunities and increasing renewable energy generation.
  • Participating in Farming for Carbon and Nature to determine how much carbon is being captured in our soil.
  • Biodiversity Action Plan. 
  • Developing a full carbon footprint including Scope 3 emissions. 
  • Investigating opportunities for rainwater capture.

Our new  was published in 2023. It focuses on 7 key areas:

 

Energy and Carbon

The RVC have a in place. We have started to decarbonise heating in 8 of our buidlings thanks to a grant of nealy £3,000,000 awarded to us through the Public Sector Decarbonisation Fund.

Biodiversty

The RVC have a in place which was published in 2022.  A quarterly Land Management Group meeting monitors the progress.  We take part in the  programme. 

Partnership and Engagement

The RVC runs environmental engagement programmes for both staff and students.  The RVC have been running  since 2023 for staff and since 2022 for students. 

Sutainable Procurement

The RVC are affiliated to Electronics Watch through our membership of 

Audits

The RVC completed a in 2024. 

Energy and waste are monitored monthly through our 

Contact

To find out more, please contact Rachel Ward, Environmental Sustainability Manager rjward@rvc.ac.uk 

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