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Sustainability

 

Greenlines is the University of Cambridge’s sustainability newsletter. Two editions are issued monthly, one for staff and one for students. Greenlines provides information about all things sustainable going on around the University – from the construction of new buildings, to the projects going on in your department or College, to events and opportunities.

Sign up to Greenlines

Staff can sign up to their edition through our easy web form while students can sign up here. We are also always looking for contributions. Let us know what you and your department or College are doing to improve the sustainability of the University of Cambridge.

Previous editions

All previous online issues of Greenlines are available by clicking on the 'past issues' link on one of our most recent e-newsletters, below. You can also view our news archive with all past stories that have featured in Greenlines.


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Pre-November 2021

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Want to write for Greenlines? 

We welcome any and all potential submissions for Greenlines. If you have an article, event or opportunity you would like featured in the newsletter, please use the below templates and email your submissions to sustainability@admin.cam.ac.uk. Feel free to include any images, but make sure they are sized correctly according to our templates. 

Please note, submitting content to the newsletter does not guarantee inclusion as we have to balance content. As a general rule, we only advertise University affiliated events and initiatives. This does not apply to research opportunities, internships or job vacancies. 

Teaser Article: This should be between 100 and 200 words and could be a description of an upcoming event, research opportunity or job vacancy.

 

Summary article: This should be between 300 and 500 words. It could be a description of sustainability initiatives or a recap of a successful recent event. 

 

Deep dive: This should be a longer form article, but no more than 1500 words. It could be an in depth article about a certain sustainability topic, a resource pack or a set of guidlines. It should also include a leading image (dimensions detailed in the template).