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Ellie Cottrell, Environment and Ethics Officer

Environment and Ethics

Your Environment and Ethics Officer is responsible for working alongside the Union to develop policies relating to the environment and ethics.
Ellie Cottrell, Environment and Ethics Officer

Ellie Cottrell

Environment and Ethics Officer


Get to know Ellie

What I StudY

LLB Law (3rd Year)

How I was involved with LSESU before becoming an officer

Before becoming an officer, I had been involved in the executive committees of the LSESU Law Society and the LSESU United Nations Society, helping to organise conferences, socials and campaigns. I have also been involved with the LSESU boxing society, partaking in boxing classes as a sport and training with other members. Beyond societies, I have been involved with campaigning and helping to plan for the LSESU Summer Ball.

What I’m looking to achieve this year

Over the next year, I am hoping to bring sustainability to LSE by engaging students through incorporating sustainable practices and products on campus, and working with the LSE sustainability team to push for a greener campus. I also hope to support student societies in their activities, and to engage more students in campaigning and environmental initiatives that may normally gravitate to these issues on campus.

One tip for making the most out of LSE

My tip to make the most of LSE is to try new things that you may not normally try! There are so many societies, sports and activities to partake, so this is the chance to try anything you can think of.

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