Keele University has once again been ranked in the top 20 Universities for global sustainability – an impressive feat. This ranking, which saw Keele rank highly among 619 Universities, was judged on various categories such as institution setting, infrastructure, waste management and water usage. As seen in the video below, this is an impressive achievement, yet unsurprising – given the University’s attitude towards sustainability – it is a key area for the institution.
This is the second successive year that Keele University has been ranked in the top 20 Universities for global sustainability. 619 Universities from 76 countries comprised the 2017 UI Green Metric World University League Table. Keele finished 17th, and 5th for performance in ‘Energy and Climate Change’.
Being 17th in this league table is testament to the impressive nature of the University when it comes to sustainability. Given the recent importance of sustainability, this is great news.
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Keele puts in considerable effort to its sustainability practices, ensuring the efficient use of energy and a commitment to investing in renewable energy, as well as carbon reduction commitments. This is good news at the University, and we’ll hope for more to follow in forthcoming weeks! Check out the link below for more Keele-based news.