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08Apr

How gamification is helping Bournemouth University engage staff with the SDGs

EXCLUSIVE: With 169 targets and 232 indicators across 17 large-scale sustainability challenges, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are often seen as a communications challenge due to their scope and scale.

But by using gamification, Bournemouth University has managed to engage the majority of staff with the vast SDG agenda...

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08Feb

Nottingham Trent University signs up to JUMP employee engagement initiative

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has become the 11th University to sign up to the JUMP employee engagement initiative, as it attempts to encourage its 4,000 staff members to develop habits that boost sustainability and wellbeing.

The Jump scheme, run by sustainable programmes supplier Green Rewards, encourages employees to engage in energy saving, sustainable travel, waste reduction and other green actions....

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07Feb

Nottingham Trent University launches sustainability behaviour change programme

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has launched its engagement programme ‘Green Rewards’, encouraging its 4,000 staff across four campuses to take part in activities that boost sustainability and wellbeing at the University.

NTU is one of the world’s most sustainable universities, ranked 5th globally in the UI GreenMetric World University Rankings and third in the UK by the People and Planet University League...

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07Feb

Nottingham Trent University launches engagement and sustainability programme

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has launched a new engagement and sustainability programme for the 4,000 employees based across its four campuses.

The new programme, Green Rewards, was implemented on Monday 4 February 2019. It has been introduced to encourage staff to participate in activities that boost sustainability...

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06Feb

NOTTINGHAM TRENT UNIVERSITY DEBUTS SUSTAINABILITY BEHAVIOUR CHANGE PROGRAMME

The Nottingham Trent University (NTU) has launched its engagement programme ‘Green Rewards’, to encourage 4,000 staff across four campuses to take part in activities that boost sustainability and well-being at the university.

The ‘Green Rewards’ programme consists of an online platform that enables employees to track their positive actions across six key themes...

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31Jan

How can employers use reward and benefits to address sustainability?

Sustainability concerns, such as climate change, energy production and water scarcity, are becoming more visible and time sensitive, for both individuals and businesses. 

Employees are increasingly seeking to enforce change in support of sustainability, and are looking to their employers to help them action these ambitions...

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30Jan

Dr Heidi Smith: Focus on behaviour change to embed sustainability

At Swansea University, sustainability and wellbeing have been linked with employee benefits and reward because we want to embed sustainability into life here.

Swansea is currently ranked ninth in the Guardian University Green League, and we are proud of our many achievements so far...

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29Jan

Emerald gamifies positive behaviour to boost employee wellbeing

At publishing organisation Emerald, going into January means entering a busy period, with fresh targets and expectations.

Melissa Fojt, social responsibility manager at Emerald, says: “During January and February, the people team has a real drive and focus on the mental health side [and there are] a lot of workshops and a lot of talks around wellbeing and health.”...

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21Dec

Nottingham Trent University ranked as 5th most sustainable

Nottingham Trent University ranked as 5th most sustainable university in the world for the second year running.

The UI GreenMetric World University Ranking is an initiative of Universitas Indonesia. Universities from around the world are invited to take part, with over 700 institutions ranked in the 2018 survey...

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11Dec

Reading University offers sustainability engagement programme

The scheme, JUMP, was launched to all employees during the university’s Green Festival.

Successfully piloted earlier this year, JUMP, the University of Reading’s sustainability engagement programme, seeks to drive positive action by encouraging employees to take part in sustainability activities...

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