The University of Liverpool’s Sustainability Magazine

Welcome to the Green Scene, UoL’s Sustainability magazine, themed on the UN’s SDGs. Each month we will be bringing you the latest news, research and events around sustainability on campus, as well as articles on anything from climate action, innovation and gender equality, to tips on well-being and sustainable living. To get the Green Scene delivered straight to your inbox each month, drop us an email at You can read all past issues by licking on the links below.

Our magazine is run and written by staff and students. We are always looking for contributors of articles and photography, so if you’re interested in sustainability, considering journalism or communications as a future career, or would like to share your research, we would love to hear from you.
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What's Inside?

  • October 2018 (PDF) - What is Sustainable Development?, The Enactus Edit, Free Reusables for Students, World Mental Health Day, Biker’s Breakfast, UoL’s Environmental Management System Audit
  • November 2018 (PDF) - Student Poverty in Liverpool, Green Guild Challenges Food Waste, Calling For An End To Furniture Poverty, What a Wasteful World, UoL’s SDG Achievements.
  • December 2018 (PDF) - Tips for a Stress Free Christmas, the Dangerous World of Diabetes, Make Christmas Green Again, UoL Triumph at Sustainable Travel Awards.       
  • February 2019 (PDF) - Ultimate Sustainability Netflix Binge, A Sustainable Success: The Institute of Integrative Biology, Plastic Planet, Veganuary Verdict, Green Scene Recommended Reads, Achieving Sustainable Development at UoL.
  • March 2019  (PDF) - Student Climate Strike, Surprising Benefits of Walking to Work, Recycling, International Women's Day, Decent Work & Economic Growth, Modern Slavery, Transparency & Sustainability.
  • April 2019 -  Reclaim the Night, Green Commutes, Sustainable Fashion, Cycling in the City, Hydroelectric Dams, GMOs revealed.
  • June 2019 - Youth Climate Strikes, The Rise of Child Poverty, UoL Scientists Tackle Lab Plastic, Reduce Your Carbon Footprint, Air Pollution, Food Miles,Sustainable Business 

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