Sustainability Society


  • Sustainability Society - Standard Membership£0.00

About Sustainability Society

About Us

The focus of the Sustainability Society is to help make our university a more environmentally friendly place. We provide a space for like-minded people to meet and make friends and raise their voice in the midst of our climate emergency. You are BCUSU's student-led voice for climate justice!

Our long-term goal is to plant a tree for every student and member of staff at Birmingham City University - that's 26,000 trees! We aim to offer opportunities for students to plant trees on and off campus and partner with local organisations to secure funding and support for our goal.

Current total: 1360 trees

We are looking for students to fill our committee positions, if you are interested in this, please click the email link below to let us know.

If you wish to get involved, you can sign up by logging in to the website, or email for more information.

Committee Roles 2023/24

Name Position Email
Sonia Rani President
Zara Warren Secretary
N/A Treasurer N/A
Sheena Southall Participation and Inclusion Officer

We are a Liberation Society!

Our Society is a Liberation Society, which means we never close down, are free to join and are funded by your Students' Union for our events and activities.

This is because we represent a key demographic of Birmingham City University, and are recognised by the National Union of Students as part of their Liberation Campaign.

Sustainability Society Committee Elections 2024/25

This society is holding online elections to choose their new committee for the 2024-25 academic year. Any paid member can apply for a committee position that interests them and all paid members will also be able to vote for their preferred candidates.

4 posts are up for election.

Nominations close at 09:00 on Sunday 26 May 2024 (in 4 days and 18 hours)

The polls open at 09:00 on Thursday 30 May 2024 (in 8 days)

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