Responsible Consumption and Production
Our work and activity in relation to 'Responsible Consumption and Production', one of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
The University of Dundee is committed to reducing all carbon emissions to a net zero position by 2045. To do this we are proactively developing our Carbon Management Plan which will help to guide us as we address the issues we find under Scopes 1, 2 and 3 that we need to address.
We report annually to the Sustainable Scotland Network which collates all the sustainability climate change data from Scotland’s public sector. You can find our annual reports at the Sustainable Scotland Network website.
Impact case study
Challenging conventional approaches to disability through inclusive design practices and human-centred research.
Impact case study
Widespread citizen engagement leads to Europe-wide action on climate change.
A Nursing student at the University of Dundee is calling on green-fingered locals to come together and grow healthy produce for members of their community to enjoy
A University of Dundee student is hoping to give residents of the city’s West End food for thought by promoting an edible garden
Research carried out at the University of Dundee has shown the scale of plastic pollution in the Firth of Forth to be much worse than previously thought
The purpose of this statement is to set out plainly and simply the University's commitment to sustainable development and effective environmental stewardship
Find out how the Hospitality Services and the University are working towards sustainable food
This guide has been developed to assist University of Dundee staff in their responsibilities to spend the University's money wisely, in accordance with European legislation governing Public Procurement and the University's Financial Regulations.
We recognise the importance of waste management within our overall Environmental Policy and have specified areas of action on waste