People& Planet University League – where will we place?

The People & Planet University League is the only comprehensive and independent league table that ranks Universities on their environmental and ethical performance.

Manchester Met are proud to be a first award class winning University – placed in the top 10 performing Universities for 3 consecutive years. This week begins the auditing task to see where universities will be for the academic year 2016/17.

To compile the 2016/17 University League, information will be compiled from a number of places:

  • 50% from information made public on the university website.
  • 50% from information published within the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) Estates Management Record (EMR) data set for 2014/15 and other independent and external verification agencies.

Over the next month Teams from People & Planet will be auditing all UK universities and aim to make public their league by the end of 2016. See below the breakdown of our performance last year.

league table

How can you make a difference in the future?

Although we continue to perform well there are still improvements to be made. If you are a member of staff and involved in one of the areas listed above why not get in touch to see what changes you can make to help us perform better.

Alternatively why not try to influence changes from within your department or develop an ideas to make a really impact through our Ideas into Action programme, funded by the Environment Team.

Students can find out how you can influence change at your university here.

People and Planet is the largest student network in Britain campaigning to end world poverty, defend human rights and protect the environment. 

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