At the recent Postcard Event, new lighting came out as the most popular suggestion for making the Trust more sustainable. We agree that it offers the Trust a huge potential so here are a few projects we have recently completed...11th May 2015 1 comment! Add your voice to the conversation!
The amazing and inspiring Building A Sustainable Hospital Artwork is unveiled along with engagement, learning and free apples at the first ever GOSH sustainability Fair.2nd April 2015 What do you think? Be the first to comment!
GOSH Sustainability Team receive loads of great ideas and insight at the Postcard event at the GOSH Sustainability Fair.26th March 2015 What do you think? Be the first to comment!
For the GOSH project Skanska has reduced the equivalent carbon dioxide (CO2e) in the concrete used. We have designed alternative concrete mixes which use less cement, lowering the level of energy required to produce the material20th March 2015, Reposted 1 time
GOSH are well on track to hit our CO2 reduction target for 2014/15. With only three months to go we are currently 17% below last years emissions...Our target is 5%!!!28th February 2015
GOSH is using CarbonCulture to help us work together as one team to make our sustainable development programmes as successful as possible. If you work at GOSH, please sign up with your gosh.nhs.uk email address to see more and get involved.24th February 2015 What do you think? Be the first to comment!
The team at GOSH have been exploring the idea of a sustainable hospital with our patients. We have challenged them to think about what GOSH might look like in the future to help us create a piece of art to be unveiled in March. Here is a teaser!!6th February 2015
Its not easy to promote biodiversity in central London, but GOSH is providing some great habitats for birds and insects with the variety of sedum and grasses on our large green-roof and beautiful staff garden with its variety of plants and trees.21st February 2014
We rely on it to live, but the air quality in Camden is pretty poor. That's why GOSH, as proud members of Camden Council’s Air Quality Pledge scheme, are committing to reduce the number of vehicles on site and install boilers that emit less NOx gas.21st February 2014
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