New research conducted in the summer of 2019 and released today reveals broad support for slashing the environmental footprint at St Edmund Hall (SEH). The results of a survey conducted by undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate teaching fellow members (JCR, MCR, and SCR, respectively, also known as “aularians”), not only uncover an 86% approval of this goal but also outline a series of ideas and concerns that should be considered along the way.
It is a point of pride that our 750 year-old institution has just released its first-ever 10-year strategy with several bold goals, including one “to become the greenest college in Oxford…” In parallel, the Teddy Going Green aularian-led survey collected perspectives on sustainability priorities for the college from 157 participants across the JCR, MCR, SCR, and full-time staff (18% of the college community of 888). The results, released in today’s report, illuminate a comprehensive set of insights into how the Hall may begin to achieve its goal.
For an analysis of the survey results and to view the data in detail, head over to the full report.
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