Sustainability starts with you
You can get involved in sustainability on campus in all kinds of ways. Here are some of the ways you can play a part to achieving our sustainability goals.
The University organises a number of on-campus initiatives for our staff, students and community throughout the year.
Take part in the popular annual UWA Bike Breakfast where staff and students cycle to campus on Ride2Work day and rewarded with a buffet breakfast.
Guided Tree Walks are held at various times of the year with one of our tree expert guides. You get to explore some of the most iconic trees on campus along with their interesting stories.
Plalking (pick up rubbish and walking) is where our participants can collect rubbish in and around the campus to sort out later into recycling or general waste bins.
More information coming soon.
Our Grand Challenges program aims to unite our world-class teaching, research and student experiences, and partnering with communities to tackle some of the world’s most complex problems.
The themes of the Grand Challenges are Climate Change and A More Just and Equitable World Post COVID-19.
Learn more about the Grand Challenges
United Nations Regional Centre of Expertise (UNRCE) on Education for Sustainable DevelopmentUNRCEs aspire to achieve the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by building innovative ways for diverse organisations to work together to share information and collaborate.
UWA is the host organisation for the UNRCE (Western Australia) with network hubs in Perth and Albany.
UWA Sustainability Strategy
The University is embarking on the development of a holistic Sustainability Strategy across its activities in teaching, research, engagement and operations.
The development of the Strategy will be overseen by the University’s Sustainability Committee, to be delivered in 2024.
Contact [email protected] for more information or to get involved.