Go Green Salford 2022
Welcome to Go Green Salford 2022!
Between 28/02 - 27/03/2022, we collaborated with a number of students, colleagues and local community members to organize four weeks of events, live streams, and tips for sustainable living.
Below you can find a list of all of the events. Click on the tiles to find more information and recordings from live streams.
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University of Salford Wildlife Society
The Wildlife Society welcomes students from all backgrounds who share an interest and appreciation for wildlife!
Working alongside Salford Rangers, the University's Environmental Sustainability Team and national wildlife conservation charities, they organize workshops, talks from professionals, survey opportunities and exciting trips. You’ll get the chance to see an array of wildlife including invertebrates, small mammals, reptiles and plants. The society is also a great place to build professional development.
Friends of Peel Park
The Friends of Peel Park group aims to make our beautiful neighbouring park a safe and welcoming place for everyone to visit. They organize regular litter picks, horticultural sessions and other volunteering activities, open to everyone in our local community.
Impact Score's mission is to help people cut their environmental footprints. We provide accessible, independent, transparent information to help people change habits to live more sustainably.
Our 15 badges cover sustainability, health and fairness.
Download the Impact Score Shopping app to get informed and know the impact of your UK supermarket products for a more sustainable lifestyle.
Too Good To Go
Every day, delicious, fresh food goes to waste at cafes, restaurants, hotels, shops and manufacturers - just because it hasn’t sold in time. The Too Good To Go app lets you buy and collect this food - at a great price - so it gets eaten instead of wasted. You won’t know exactly what’s in your order until you pick it up - it’s all part of the surprise. Download the app to get started.
With a few simple questions, Giki Zero can estimate your carbon footprint. You can then choose from over 100 steps to find ways to reduce it. It’s free and super easy to use.
Giki is used by everyone from sustainability starters to green Pros. That’s because we’ve got steps covering everything from quick wins to Planet Savers. Use our handy checklist to help you complete your steps. Every step comes with lots of useful extra information to help you along the way.
Plant trees while you search the web.
Ecosia is a search engines which uses the profit from users' web searches to plant trees where they are needed most.
So far, they have planted over 144 million trees all over the world.
Happy Cow helps you find vegetarian and vegan food options at nearby restaurants, cafes, and grocery shops in your area.
It's available in 180+ countries.
Refill is an award-winning campaign from City to Sea to help people live with less plastic. Anyone can download the free app to tap into a global network of places to reduce, reuse and refill. From a coffee on your commute to drinking water on the go, or even shopping with less plastic.
ethy is a free app that helps you shop with accredited ethical businesses and provides insights on your spending to keep you informed on important environmental & social issues.
Browse by category or ethyBadge (e.g. vegan, organic, reduced plastic, carbon conscious) or search by the product you need. Favourite your go-to-shops for easy access and see the how-to guides for inspiration and sustainable swaps.