A Tetra Pak bin has just been installed on the University of Sussex campus, allowing staff, students and visitors to recycle food and drink cartons.
On 20 March SussexFood, partnered with Mug For Life, ventured to the New Forest to plant trees in the name of sustainability.
Life Sciences were among eight Sussex teams to receive NUS sustainability awards, and the first UK laboratory-based team to receive a gold award.
Here's a summary of what SussexFood are up to during Go Green Week.
Hear about how Sussex uses its investments to help make it a more sustainable and environmentally responsible institution.
As part of the University's Go Greener campaign, it's important to try to avoid wasting electricity - especially during periods of high demand.
Walkers, and specialist recycling company, Terracycle, have partnered to create a free recycling scheme which accepts all crisp packets.
Since Sussex adopted Ecosia as its default search engine for students, nearly 5,000 trees have been planted as a result of web searches.
The amount of hot drinks purchased in single-use cups has reduced drastically within a year. We want to congratulate you and for this to continue!
39 new machines have been installed across campus this term - offering an improved service and the chance to cut down on single-use plastic waste.