Seven of our own Land Economy students took part in the 'Engage for Change' programme in Lent term. The 12-week programme allows students to develop their environmental leadership skills by running their own project to help improve the University of Cambridge's environmental impact. As part of the programme, the students receive training across climate justice and impact measurement, alongside bespoke support when they are developing their project. It is funded by Cambridge Zero and the University's Sustainability team, and is available to masters students, PhD students, and postdoctoral researchers. It runs for 12 weeks and is completely free for all participants.

Elsewhere, Land Economy student Esmé has been announced as a committee member of the Cambridge Climate & Sustainability Forum 2023, taking on the role of Speakers Officer. The Forum is a student-led conference based in Cambridge which discusses climate change and sustainability on both a local and global level.

Congratulations to all our students!


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