At AU we are committed to promoting sustainable development through our research, degree programmes and operations.
AU has created a carpooling club in the Ta’Med app, which makes it easier for you to arrange lifts with other AU employees.
AU’s cafeterias are developing more and more vegetarian dishes, and this greener food is gradually finding its way onto people’s plates at AU’s meetings and conferences. Vegetarian catering is one of 34 new initiatives that aim to help create a greener university. Read more about the new initiatives.
AU’s just-released 2021 GHG emissions report shows virtually no change in the university’s carbon emissions in 2021 over 2020.
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.
AU is taking major steps to save energy right now – and staff are responding with understanding, support and enthusiasm. If you want to help AU save energy, the campaign website has lots of information about the steps being taken across the university – as well as tips on what you can do to contribute. Learn more.
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.
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