Universities are key actors in the transition towards carbon neutrality and sustainable societies. They address environmental sustainability in their research and education missions, transform their campuses into more sustainable places and reflect on institutional activities (including mobility) and procedures to become greener and more efficient. In 2021, EUA conducted a survey to map institutions’ various greening activities and approaches.
This webinar taking place on 16 May, 14:00-15:00 CEST will highlight selected key findings from this survey and discuss how institutions can overcome obstacles to embedding greening in their missions and campuses. Join us and be inspired by our speakers who will also share insights from EUA’s recent projects and initiatives on the topic. The webinar will include short presentations and a facilitated discussion with the aim of encouraging participants to adopt and implement good practices within their institutions and systems.
Thomas Estermann, Director, Governance, Funding and Public Policy Development, EUA
Henriette Stoeber Policy Analyst, Higher Education Policy Unit, EUA
Luisa Bunescu, Policy Analyst, Governance, Funding and Public Policy Development, EUA
Mon, May 16, 2022 · 2:00 PM
Duration: 1 hour
Who can attend
Anyone with the event link can attend
Dial-in available? (listen only)
Hosted By European University Association
EUA webinars are offered to the European Higher Education and Research community in general, some are restricted to EUA members.
Consult www.eua.eu for more information.
Director of Governance, Funding and Public Policy Development, EUA
Thomas Estermann is Director for Governance, Funding and Public Policy Development with responsibilities for EUA’s work aimed at strengthening universities’ autonomy, governance, management and financial sustainability.
Policy Analyst, Governance, Funding and Public Policy Development, EUA
Luisa Bunescu is Policy Analyst in the EUA Governance, Funding and Public Policy Development Unit. She joined the Association in 2016, initially as Policy and Project Officer in the Higher Education Policy Unit.