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SDG 7: Clean energy

Kevin Zhangchao's picture

no to disposable lunch box

Many of my friends are having lunch at school, but just a few of them have recyclable lunch box, so i need to take one step to bring my sustainable lunch box to influence other people to know these disposable plastic materials can really cause environmental problems!


Tau Matsau's picture

Ensuring Energy efficiency

-Replace old outdated metal halide fixtures and fluorescent lighting with modern energy-efficient LED technology for campus buildings -Form partnerships with organizations that will fund a few student-led 'light bulb swaps' where students can replace their old bulbs from home for LED bulbs at university (free of charge) -Install energy-saving apps on all computers on campus (eg. webcam detects when the user is not around, and therefore dims the screen or activates sleep mode)



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Yuen Fung Lam's picture

Ride bike

I will ride my bike to campus and some short distance destinations including the grocery shops and train station.


Jake Taylor's picture

Less dryer useage

Make sure to try and get washing hung out rather than needing to use the drier and waste energy.


Timothy Xiang Zhi Boo's picture

clean transportation

Use my bicycle for all transportation, including grocery shopping, work and uni.


Tim Landells's picture

Shift in Mindset

1. Continue to inspire others to live a more environmentally conscious and sustainable lifestyle, and ultimately support leaders at the political level who invest in a sustainable future. I will do this through my start-up @mothernaturesmilk (Instagram) and website I am attempting to make sustainability and conservation cool, by living a fun, outdoor orientated lifestyle filled with adventure whilst minimising my footprint and maximising sustainability practises. 2. Make a conscious effort to reduce energy consumption on a daily basis, and switch to an energy provider who is highly supportive of renewable, clean energy. 3. Buy only sustainable and ethical products e.g. support companies who are by-catch friendly, apply sustainable farming practises and those who are against wide scale logging.


muhammad awais's picture

Clean energy

I will save energy by using solar power and will contribute my efforts in making solar appliances for public use


Sushant Gurung's picture

personal carbon emissions

Purchase a bike which I can ride to uni and work. I will attempt to reduce or completely eliminate the need for driving a fossil fuel based vehicle.


Danai Duma's picture

doing better

I will begin to walk/jog to the train station rather than taking the bus as the travel times are not too different.


Vivien Yii's picture


It is important to me that I stop supporting unethical industries (such as fossil fuels and tobacco) with my superannuation and bank accounts. I will research my best options, divest my funds, and then make sure to discuss my decisions with my friends and family to encourage them to make the switch too.



Rana House | 03/23/2018 - 02:20




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