Bristol Post's Green Public Sector Award
The University won The Bristol Post's Green Public Sector Award two years in a row in recognition of its work in sustainability.
The University developed a wide range of initiatives, working with staff, students and local partners to make Bristol a greener place to live.
We worked with the University of the West of England to increase student volunteering across the city; developed new ways to manage the University estate more sustainably; and used Bristol's year as European Green Capital as a platform to present research.
With categories ranging from Green Hero to Green Product, The Bristol Post's 2015 European Green Capital Awards recognised the activities of businesses, schools, organisations, communities and individuals working to make Bristol one of the UK's greenest cities, and leaving a legacy for sustainable living in the future.
The University of Bristol sponsored The Green Entrepreneur award, reflecting the significant contribution of responsible business in building a better Bristol. Professor Hugh Brady presented the award to winners Next Green Car, a sustainable transport comparison website.
In 2016, the University won the award for the second year in a row.