At AU we are committed to promoting sustainable development through our research, degree programmes and operations.
AU's emits less CO2emissions now than before Covid-19, but we need to maintain a sharp focus on reduction – particularly in relation to air travel. This is the main message of AU’s 2022 GHG emissions report. Read more
AU has created a carpooling club in the Ta’Med app, which makes it easier for you to arrange lifts with other AU employees.
At the intersection of Nordre Ringgade and Trøjborgvej you will find the AU Garden where there’s room for gardening, socialising, and encouraging biodiversity. A project group of students and employees who are passionate about plants and biodiversity is behind the project. Would you like to join? Find out more.
We’ve been eating vegetarian at meetings and conferences at Aarhus University since last August. So how do people feel about the new meat-free menus? What do the kitchen staff have to say, and how do conference participants feel about going meat-free? Learn more
If you need to travel for work, the university encourages you to choose the most climate-friendly form of travel – and to think twice about whether the trip is really necessary. AU’s revised travel policy will contribute to reducing the university’s carbon footprint. Learn more.
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