CISL: gardening for Green Impact
The Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), who achieved Silver awards in Green Impact 2013 and 2014, decided to create a vegetable garden as part of a wider refurbishment of their office space. They also won the Environmental Improvement Special Award in Green Impact 2014 for the initiative.
Counselling Service: from basement yard to mindfulness garden
Dr Elizabeth English, Mindfulness Practitioner in the Cambridge University Counselling Service, reports back on her team’s efforts, through Green Impact, to improve biodiversity and staff wellbeing through the creation of an innovative ‘mindfulness garden’.
Edible Garden, Murray Edwards College
At Murray Edwards College, a plot of land has been allotted to a group of keen gardeners across the city. It was kicked off by Cambridge Hub, our very own Environment and Energy Section, and members of various organisations including Growing Spaces and Transition Cambridge.