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Sustain Group sustainability communication

Come to the next meeting of the Sustain Group Sustainability Communication on 26.07. from 14-16 in the Green Office! With guided tour "Plants as climate adaptation strategies on campus" by Prof. Körner

In the Sustain Group, we are currently working on the two implementation ideas Sustain Board and Sustain Tour.

For the Sustain Tour, a sustainable campus tour for first semester students,  we have obtained an overview of the HoPla at  and considered which stations could be included, e.g. research and teaching offers in the field of sustainability, sustainable start-ups, sustainability initiatives such as Sneep, the bicycle repair station, PV systems, the drinking water dispenser or the fair divider from Foodsharing.

At the next meeting (26.07.) we will be given a guided tour of the HoPla on climate adaptation measures using plants by Prof. Körner from 3 pm. We will certainly get to know more stations for our tour on the topic of biodiversity!

For the Sustain Board, a kind of digital pinboard for sustainability topics at the University of Kassel, we are currently still looking for a tool that supports the visualization of various needs such as events in the field of sustainability and the environment, monitoring of energy data (electricity and heat consumption, PV systems, etc.), presentation of the mobility infrastructure (cycle paths, bicycle repair station, bicycle boxes, charging infrastructure, etc.), material rental.

At the next meeting (26.07.) we will get an insight into various tools and presentation options, e.g. the map of tomorrow and sustainability city plans for Kassel.

The Sustain Group meetings will take place in the Green Office. All working groups are open to interested staff and students from all areas of the university. Anyone who would like to get involved in the process is welcome to join at any time. If you have a completely new idea that is burning under your nails, you can of course bring it to our meetings. You can find more information about the participation process here.