The University of Bath declared a climate emergency in 2020 and has set out its ‘whole institution’ approach to addressing climate change through its Climate Action Framework – Climate Action ( As part of this there’s a blog series to explore the results of Bath’s first Annual Climate Action Survey. It looks at a different area of the University’s action on climate change each week.

You’ll find them all here.

Some examples:

The third post explores the University’s carbon footprint, and the areas with the biggest contribution to our emissions.

The fourth post looks at Bath’s approach to embedding climate education across courses.

The sixth is about travel habits.

The eighth is about diet.

The last is by Lorraine Whitmarsh, Director of CAST and University of Bath environmental psychologist, who reflects on what the university has learned from the survey about its community’s support for climate action and how people are key to making systemic change happen.

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