Our networks

The University is a member of and reports to - or meets regularly with - international, national, regional and local organisations to support the promotion of sustainability and to share best practice.

Low Carbon Oxford (LCO) is a network of over 40 organisations working together to reduce carbon emissions in Oxford by 40% by 2020. Visit Low Carbon Oxford (LCO)

Oxford Green and Blue Space Network (OGBSN) is a network of members intended to foster collaboration to improve Oxford’s green spaces and blue corridors. It is chaired by Oxford City Council, and the partnership supports the city’s Green Space Strategy. Visit Oxford Green and Blue Space Network (OGBSN)

The Oxford Academic Health Science Network (AHSN) is responsible for getting innovation into clinical practice for improved patient safety, and subsequently generating economic growth through University, NHS, and industry collaborations. Visit The Oxford Academic Health Science Network (AHSN)

The Oxford Strategic Partnership (OSP) seeks to tackle economic, environmental, and social issues by facilitating collaborations between local agencies and partners to create a thriving city. Visit Oxford Strategic Partnership (OSP)

Good Food Oxford is a network created to help support existing local projects, to drive forward new collaborations and initiatives, and to encourage more connected thinking, research, and policy around food challenges. Visit Good Food Oxford.

Association of University Directors of Estates (AUDE) is a not-for-profit organisation which promotes high standards in the planning, management, operation and development of Higher Education estates and facilities. Visit Association of University Directors of Estates (AUDE) 

Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges (EAUC). The EAUC promotes sustainability within further and higher education in the UK and Ireland. It is a member association empowering the post-16 education sector to make sustainability standard business practice. Any staff or student member can sign up to become registered with this group and access resources. Visit Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges (EAUC)

International Association of Research Universities (IARU). The IARU is a network of 11 international research universities from 9 countries committed to educating future world leaders. One of its key initiatives is sustainable solutions to climate change.   Visit International Association of Research Universities (IARU).

National Union of Students (NUS) is a voluntary membership organisation which promotes the rights of students and develops and champions strong students’ unions. Visit National Union of Students (NUS).

Sustainable Exhibitions for Museums (SEFM) is an initiative to help museums with accreditation and museums working towards accreditation support themselves effectively. Visit Sustainable Exhibitions for Museums (SEFM).

Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC) is a membership-based buying organisation for universities and colleges that develops and manages framework agreements. Visit The Southern Universities Purchasing Consortium (SUPC).

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