Campus tour on sustainability

| Jelle Posthuma

How do we make the UT more sustainable? With this question, Brechje Maréchal, policy officer for Environment and Sustainability, is touring across the campus this month. Employees and students can come by and share their own ideas for a greener UT.

The first meeting is this Thursday in the Carré building. 'I will put up an A0-format poster and people who drop by can add their ideas for a sustainable campus on this poster,' says Maréchal. 'In addition, they can list their name if they would like to be involved  in possible further steps. The more people come along, the better plans we can make.'

Maréchal is writing the sustainability policy for the campus. 'The Netherlands wants to be CO2 neutral and have a circular economy by 2050. That is why we all have to think about how we are going to achieve these goals. With the tour across the university, I want to reach people in a simple way and get input for the sustainability policy on operational management.'


The sessions will be on: 

Thursday 21 February (Hal B, Carré); 

Wednesday 27 February (Cubicus); 

Thursday 7 March (ITC); 

Friday 8 March (Horst); 

Monday 11 March (Spiegel); 

Wednesday 13 March (Ravelijn Atrium) and

Thursday 14 March (Vrijhof). All meetings start at 11:00.