A Fife College student has launched a six-part podcast series on Spotify highlighting the college’s push for sustainability and net zero.

Sharrell Carroll, an HND Media and Communications student, utilised the college's state-of-the-art recording studios to create CampusCast: Showcasing Sustainability.

Her guest list includes Jim Metcalfe, principal of Fife College, David Torrance MSP, Zero Waste Scotland and Balfour Beatty.

The conversations shed light on the progressive net zero-ready developments at the DLC campus and the extensive training undertaken by college staff to become sustainability leaders.

Sharrell said: "This podcast project is not just an assessment for me; it's a passion project deeply rooted in my commitment to giving back to our college community.

"The knowledge and skills I gained throughout my time with Fife College have been invaluable, and I'm incredibly grateful for the chance to put them into practice to showcase the new Net Zero Ready Campus in Dunfermline."

She commended the dedication of the team working behind the scenes to the Net Zero goals.

Mr Metcalfe said: "Sharrell’s Spotify debut is a shining example of the kind of talent our creative industries department attracts.

"The episodes highlight our huge commitment to sustainability and being the best community champions we can be.

"It also showcases our readiness to get students trained for the thousands of green job opportunities in Fife now and in the coming years."

The debut episode, available now, delves into details about the Fife College sustainability team's efforts in ensuring the college achieves Net Zero status by 2035.