Monthly Archives: March 2016

Minimising laboratory energy use and environmental impact in practise

Text: Tomas R. Poulsen, University of Copenhagen Laboratories are extremely energy-consuming and responsible for most of the university’s climate and environmental footprint, specifically in institutions concentrating on laboratory-based research. 42 engaged lab coordinators, researchers, sustainability professionals and health and safety … Continue reading

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New benchmark report on Sustainability and Responsibility education

Text: Katariina Heikkilä and Maria Höyssä, University of Turku, Finland A new report on the status of Sustainability and Responsibility Study programs and modules has been published by Finland Futures Research Centre (eBooks series). The underlying benchmarking study was conducted … Continue reading

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Improving the recycling system at the University of Iceland

At The University of Iceland, recycling has since 2009 played an important role in greening the university. The University of Iceland has recently made some changes to its recycling system in order to conform with the City of Reykjavik. The … Continue reading

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