Environment & Ethics Committee

The remit of the Environment & Ethics Committee is:

  • Raise awareness of issues around environmental and social justice, and campaign on these issues

  • Develop Environmental and Ethical policy, with approval from Student Council

  • Support and develop student-led environmental activities and initiatives

  • Hold the University to account over its own Environmental policies and its implementation of said policies

  • Represent issues around Environment and Ethics at relevant platforms both locally and nationally, as well as through the AUSA democratic structures

  • Feed into national campaigning groups and organisations, such as People and Planet and Friends of the Earth


The Environment & Ethics Committee 2019-2020 is chaired by the Communities Officer, Louise Henrard, and is made up of the following members:

  • Vice-Chair: Alisa Koester
  • Fossil Free Coordinator: Mustafa Mabruk
  • Waste Officer: Renske De Leeuw
  • Ordinary member: Bianca Yara Blohberger
  • Ordinary member: Alba Utrera Roman
  • Ordinary member: Giulia Trezza
  • Ordinary member: Piper Booth
  • Ordinary member: Zofie Hobzikova
  • Ordinary member: Caroline Beaumelou
  • The Corner rep: Julia Zieba
  • Swap Shop rep: Emma Bristow


Visit our Facebook Page.

Aberdeen Green Guide

The Environment and Ethics Committee 2017/18 and 2018/19 have worked on this guide to give you all sorts of tips and tricks about a sustainable lifestyle in Aberdeen. You can learn everything about Recycling in the city, a long list with ongoing campaigns and projects and an interactive map with vegetarian and vegan restaurants. Check out our Facebook page fb.com/AUSAeande/ for more information!