Bristol Sustainability Series

How to turn the skills you have, into the career and lifestyle you want


First Webinar in the Series: Careers in Sustainability

Are you considering entering a career in or about sustainability? Come along to our webinar on March 31st at 6pm to speak with Bristol students about how to get involved with sustainability and potential career paths you could take. Join a group who all have the aim to use our careers and lives to make a positive social impact and help inspire real environmental change.

So how can you turn your passion for sustainability into a local project… a career… a real and lasting positive impact?

Join us for a discussion with the President of BUST (Bristol University Sustainability Team) about how to build a career with a positive environmental impact and their tips for how you can prepare for careers in sustainability.

You will have the chance to hear them speak about:

  • Inspiring career paths and current projects
  • How to discover your passion and make work more than just a job
  • How to build up the necessary skills and network to achieve your goals
  • How to grow a startup
  • Tips for how you can best get started now in sustainability careers

This will also give like-minded people a chance to meet, share ideas and inspire a whole new wave of successful and impactful changes.

There will be a Q&A section at the end for you to have your chance to ask them any questions you may have


6-7pm (GMT) Wednesday 31 March 2021


Zoom webinar, the meeting details will be sent to you after you register for the event below.


Register on the form below. Places are limited so sign up quickly!

Event Speaker Info

Carlos Shanka
Carlos ShankaPresident of Bristol University Sustainability Team
Carlos Shanka is a biology student from Spain who is extremely passionate about sustainability. He is currently undergoing a journey of discovery whilst contributing to fixing global issues such as climate change, environmental sustainability and social inequalities, his main topics of interest. He started volunteering on environmental projects in the Canary islands, in Lanzarote, and since then he has had the privilege to become a sustainability representative at the University of Bristol, a consultant for sustainability research for the Bristol City Council and the Bristol Green Capital Partnership, the President of BUST, a global shaper and the coordinator for Spain at the UN COY16.