Year on year there has been increasing biodiversity on campus. Jessica O’ Connor brings us on a journey of Trinity’s trees.
Aoife Kiernan interviews Prof. Yvonne Buckley on her new role and plans as Vice Provost for Biodiversity and Climate Action.
By Faye Murphy On January 20th, Trinity College Dublin announced that the NatPro Centre had become Green Lab Certified. NatPro, the Trinity Centre for Natural Products Research, received the green level award, which is the highest level of certification and is only the second lab in the country to receive this certification. This level ofContinue reading “NatPro Centre Awarded MyGreenLab Certification”
by Sam Foley If you were a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed fresher, what would you find a new passion for? For some, it may be croquet or perhaps crochet, but for myself, I realised that I wanted to be part of the movement to create a more sustainable campus and to become an advocate for promoting biodiversityContinue reading “Note from The Environmental Officer”
by Faye Murphy Everyone has the capability to help to create a more environmentally conscious campus, whether it be through joining societies, creating your own eco-friendly initiative or just introducing your household to zero waste tips and tricks. Depending on what you are looking for, Trinity has many different ways for you to get moreContinue reading “How to Get Involved in Environmentalism on Campus”