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Sustainability

The climate stripes graphic on the Palmer Building on Whiteknights campus.

Giving Food More Thought

We are giving food more thought, we lead the way on food science, agriculture and climate change research, employing experts in the field to discover new ways to help our planet thrive.

Sustainable Food Policy and Framework

See what’s happening inside our bars and restaurants.

Nutrition

Food is in our DNA, find all our nutritional information for all our dishes across all of our restaurants.

Annual Waste

We thrive to be transparent about our sustainability, see our report on waste for the last 3 years

Our Beef

All our beef comes from Langley mead where the University research cows grazing, we take the beef when it is no longer needed for research and use it in our dishes across all our restaurants.

Menus of Change University Research Collaborative.

We are proud members of MCURC, the university group dedicated to changing the way we serve and source our food.

Energy Usage

See our energy usage for all our restaurants from the last 3 years.

Show Your Stripes

The climate stripes were created by Professor Ed Hawkins at the University of Reading in 2018. They show clearly and vividly how global average temperatures have risen over nearly two centuries.

Green Flag Award

The University of Reading earns Green Flag award 10th year in a row.

Partnering for the Planet

Working together to tackle climate change, see the University’s dedicated site on what we’re doing.

Enviromental Studies

Find out more about the research we do into environmental studies and climate change.

Food Science

Leading the way in food innovation and research.

National Fruit Collection

The National Fruit Collection is one of the largest fruit collections in the world and is curated by the University on behalf of the UK Government and is a living genetic bank of global importance.

The International Cocoa Quarantine

Read about our cocoa quarantine centre at the University of Reading.

Agriculture, Food and Health

Read about our research into how the food we farm and eat effects our health.

An aerial photo of Henley Business School campus in Greenlands alongside the River Thames

Whats going on at Henley?

Environmental initiatives at Henley Business School campus.