Sustainability Science Centre, Green Campus and Studenterhuset are inviting all students with interest in sustainable development to an evening in Studenterhuset.
Learn more about the global agenda on sustainable development and get in touch with other students engaged in voluntary work on sustainable development.
Professor Katherine Richardson, who is a member of the expert group appointed to draft the 2019 edition of the Global Sustainable Development Report, will give a presentation on UN’s Sustainable Development Goals in relation to the role of science and the importance of a transdisciplinary approach. The presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.
Afterwards there will be workshops, where all participants have the opportunity to discuss the possibilities we as students have to involve in work related to sustainable development. The workshops will be announced here.
We are looking forward seeing you!
The purpose of the Sustainability Science Centre is to facilitate and coordinate research and educational initiatives at the University of Copenhagen in order to address issues relevant to the sustainable development of society.
As a student, there are several ways in which to engage in sustainability science. No matter which faculty you belong to, you can work on issues of sustainability.
Learn more on: http://sustainability.ku.dk/studies/.
Studenterhuset work with sustainablilty through the project Sustainable City which is an idea- and project workshop situated in Studenterhuset. Sustainable City is funded by Tuborgfondet
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