Trinity’s commitment to sustainability

Trinity’s commitment to sustainability

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BY: Guest Writer
29 November 2023


As part of our sustainability theme this month we have a guest writer outlining some of the ways Trinity College London, as an organisation, are committed to creating a sustainable environment. Integrating sustainability into Trinity College London’s practices is a multifaceted approach for which Trinity delivers in various ways. 

Environmental sustainability is a shared responsibility that all members of the Trinity community, including employees, suppliers, and individuals working on our behalf, must embrace. At Trinity, we are dedicated to collaborating and working with key internal and external stakeholders to remain accountable and committed to various environmental and social measures. 

 Trinity College London has launched several related initiatives, including the formation of a Sustainability and Social Values group whose function is to support and promote Trinity’s sustainability strategic goals across our network. Taking this approach allows for a variety of voices to guide Trinity in its ongoing responsibility to keep to the goals.  

 Earlier in the year, Trinity also undertook a review of paper wastage and dispatch of paper certificates. This resulted in a remarkable decrease in paper wastage from 473kg at the start of the year down to 4.78kg a few months later, and 500 fewer parcels being dispatched over a 3-month period around the world. This will continue to reduce with the introduction of some of our subjects and markets of digital certificates, which we are working to make available for all candidates worldwide.  

 As an organisation, we are committed to reducing our carbon footprint and are actively working towards our Carbon Reduction Plan. We will share further information about our goals in due course as Trinity continues to future proof its commitment to sustainability.  

If you would like to know more on this subject please visit our blog “How to be sustainable when preparing for your Trinity music exams”. 

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