Staff Travel and Sustainability Survey 2020 Terms and Conditions

The information given in this survey is solely for the use of the Manchester Metropolitan University Staff Travel and Sustainability Survey. The competition is promoted by Manchester Metropolitan University and is open to current staff of Manchester Metropolitan University only. There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this competition. By entering […]

Green Gown Finalists 2019!

Manchester Met are thrilled to have been shortlisted as a finalist in this year’s Green Gown Awards for our innovative Carbon Literacy for Students (CL4S) training model and funding approach. Manchester Met are a finalist in the ‘Tomorrow’s Employers’ category, which recognises that for a sustainable economy, it is imperative that students leaving universities and […]

Endless GROWth!

GROW Café has been going from strength to strength since opening in September. GROW is the University’s first meat free café, cultivated from a collaboration between two of the University’s award-winning teams. The health, sustainability and wellbeing champions, MetMUnch, have used their nutritional expertise and creativity to develop a meat-free offering in collaboration with the […]


See how you student accommodation did! Overall, we were very impressed with the effort that students in Student Living are all making to recycle right! The Environment Team, working with the Residential Advisors, finished the recycling checks on a high – feeling encouraged and inspired by how many of you are making the effort to […]

Work with the Environment Team: Student Sustainability Ambassadors

Do you have a passion for sustainability? Do you want to gain new skills and experiences that will help improve your employability in the environmental sector? Manchester Metropolitan is a leading university for sustainability. We are currently second in the People and Planet University League, which ranks Universities based on their environmental and ethical performance. […]

Zero Carbon Manchester 2038

Manchester has committed to play its full part in limiting the impacts of climate change. According to the latest expert analysis that means emitting a maximum of 15 million tonnes of CO2 between 2018 and 2100 (our ‘carbon budget’), reducing our CO2 emissions by 13% year-on-year, and becoming a zero carbon city by 2038. Meeting […]