Despite Fresher’s Week being the victim of adhoc washout weather, events and services carried on with determination and a broad smile of positivity from ear to ear. Most of Transition’s …
Swap clothes, tackle waste and save money via St Andrews ‘choose to reuse’ project (Courier Article By Gayle Ritchie)
Swap clothes, tackle waste and save money via St Andrews ‘choose to reuse’ project As I write, I’m wearing a hooded top that’s at least 20 years old. Writes Gayle …
Community Police Officer Larna Fox-Cowan joined myself from Transition University of St Andrews and my lit up bike outside the Student Union last night, alongside Union Representative, Ishbel Duncan, Alex Clark and …
StandRe-Use 2014: We’re gonna need a bigger van
Now in its 5th year, StAndRe-Use is aiming to make 2014 its biggest collection ever. We’ll be keeping you updated on progress throughout the summer. It’s sure to be a coathanger-heavy-mysterious-item-littered-polypocket-filled-cardboard box of an adventure. In part 1 Lucy Anderson, the Transition StAnd Re-Use link, highlights the highs and lows of collection.
It has been a busy couple of weeks for our food projects. Vegetarian cooking; vegan cooking; raw cooking… we’ve seen it all!
Part Time Carnivore, a Reflection
In this post Aiden Bowman, our communications assistant, talks about his experience with part time carnivore and reasons why we should reduce our meat intake.
Coriander & Caster Sugar
Monday saw the latest of our low-carbon cooking classes and the Chef’s Choice with Jeff proved to be our most popular class yet!
101 Ways to Chop an Onion
Friday afternoon saw the second of our low-carbon cooking class where our chef Nami introduced us to Fiery Korean Soup and a Delicious Vegetarian Stir-fry.
Green Week is on its way!
Green Week is back and its better than ever!
In this blog, Hanna Plant (Learning & Education Coordinator, Change Agents UK and ex-Sustainability Intern with the University of St Andrews Environment Team) shares her experiences of the Carbon Conversations programme.
Taking on the Tar Sands
In this blog, Lauren King (Co-ordinator for the student society OneWorld and winner of the 2011 Environmental Campaigner of the Year from the Sheila McKechnie Foundation) shares her experiences of a trip to the Alberta Tar Sands this summer and her inspiration for campaigning on the topic.
World Resources Forum
In this blog, Kirsten Jenkins (4th year Sustainable Development) shares her experiences of being a youth delegate at the World Resources Forum in Switzerland this summer.