If you’d like more information about the work of the Environment team, or have a question for us…
John is Head of Environmental Strategy for the University and leads the Environment Team. John has a background in Climate, Environmental Science, Ecology, Energy and Sustainable Buildings.
Valeria works in the School of Science and the Environment and collaborates daily with CELT and the Environment Team to support MMU's commitment to embedding sustainability into the curriculum. This includes the development of resources, workshops, initiatives and research for ESD. Her job also contributes to the Environmental Strategy led by the Environment Team and the Global Citizenship Initiative led by CELT.
Helena is the Environment and Energy Manager for the University and provides support leading the Environment Team. Helena leads the University's environmental management system (ISO 14001), energy and carbon management programme and supports the Greater Manchester Hydrogen Partnership. She has a background in city wide sustainability strategies and environmental management.
Callum is the Energy and Environment Officer at MMU . He is responsible for the compilation and analysis of energy, water and carbon data to assist MMU’s sustainability reporting and benchmarking. Callum also manages the universities environmental legal compliance with the Carbon Reduction Commitment, Environmental Permits and Display Energy Certificates.
Sophie has specific responsibility for leading the delivery of the University's Sustainable Engagement Programme associated with the University sustainability identity: "Let's make a sustainable planet".
Ryan is working to deliver a new project, which will enable our staff to get more involved in sustainability at MMU. The project ‘Big Impact’ will empower staff to complete small sustainability projects, which make a ‘big impact’ on campus. Such projects will actively contribute to our universities sustainability commitment as well as helping staff, students and local communities live and work more sustainability. He is also involved in the development of sustainability in a range of areas, including engaging students through extracurricular activities.
Ailsa works to deliver a range of sustainability related events, communications and workshops for students. This includes coordinating the ‘Big Impact’ student campaign that draws together various sustainability initiatives aimed at students.
Amer is leading on the GM Hydrogen Partnership. He has specific responsibility for managing the project,engaging new partners and introducing new initiatives.
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Call the travel team on 0161 247 2989
Andrew is responsible for the implementation and management of Travel Plans while leading the Travel Team. Andrew also works in partnership with Capital Projects to ensure all new developments have sustainable travel facilities and infrastructure integrated in to design.
Lynn Bonser works on administrative tasks for the Travel and Environment team including processing car parking applications and personal journey planning.
Jason Smith works on administrative tasks for the Travel and Environment team, including processing car parking applications, travel queries and personal journey planning. Jason leads on a number of awareness raising events, such as Fairtrade Fortnight, and runs our many Twitter/Facebook accounts! Give us a follow @mmuenvironment and say hi to the team!
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Call the Waste and Recycling team on 0161 247 2007
Amanda is responsible for waste and recycling strategy and operations, and leads the Waste and Recycling Team. Her background is in legal compliance, sustainable building design, municipal and commercial waste collection contracts and sustainable procurement, both in the private and public sectors.
Alan is responsible for operational waste and recycling activities and projects, and implementing management plans in a commitment to reduce the University’s waste to landfill.
Mark Miles works in Waste and Recycling. He organises the collections and disposal of waste across all university sites, and provides support for recycling initiatives run throughout the year.
Alanay is responsible for implementation of the Sustainable Procurement Policy and progress on the HEFCE Flexible Framework including delivery and support of Sustainable Procurement initiatives across the University such as training for key procurement staff.
To find and request Environment Information about MMU, visit our Freedom of Information (FOI) webpage