SDU’s goal is to reduce the University’s own greenhouse gas emissions by 57% by 2030 compared to 2018. To accomplish this, SDU has prepared a climate plan that describes its overall endeavours.
In the newsletters, you will be able to follow the specific initiatives in the plan as they are implemented. You will also be able to read about how SDU is becoming greener locally.
That means we would love your help, too. If you know of any local initiatives and experiments in the climate area, we would love to hear from you. Nothing is too small. All emissions count.
The newsletter will also include tips and tricks for doing things in a more climate-friendly way. We expect to publish the newsletter four to six times a year.
I hope that you will welcome the newsletter and help make your colleagues and fellow students aware of this opportunity to follow and contribute to the journey towards making SDU a low-carbon university.
Thomas Buchvald Vind,
May newsletter 2023
Here you can read the May-version of SDU's newsletter regarding the climate-work at the university. Read about: How does research grants promote the green transition, SDU is now My Green Lab-certified, SDU has bought an plastic granulator and SDU is strengthening its facilitation for digital meetings
December newsletter 2023
Here you can read the December-version of our newsletter regarding climatework at the university. You can read about: SDU's Climate Clusters participation in the Global Goals Week, One year with the Climate Plan, the Climate Panel's first statement to the SDU Board and new printing-rules