Liveable Planet lunch meeting - The Green Paper: the vision of the Green Office for a sustainable university
- Tuesday 25 May 2021
- Liveable communities – Liveable Planet
- Virtual lunch meeting - MS Teams
Join the third lunch meeting of the Liveable Planet programme about the University of Tomorrow
Which role should our university play in the current climate crisis? How could Leiden University contribute to preserving a sustainable world? The Green Paper from the Leiden University Green Office may serve as a source of inspiration regarding education, research and operations. What does the University of Tomorrow look like according to you?
Join the third lunch meeting of the Liveable Planet programme!
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Job Kemperman presents about the Green Paper of the Leiden University Green Office. More information below.
Presentation Job Kemperman: The Green Paper: de vision of the Green Office about a sustainable university
De Green Paper is the vision document from Leiden University Green Office about the University of Tomorrow. As Green Office, we describe what needs to happen to truly become sustainable as a university. This ranges from business operations to education and research. Structural integration of sustainability within the University is crucial to prepare students and staff for the reality of today.
Liveable communities – Liveable Planet
The Liveable Planet programme is one of the eight interdisciplinary programmes that were launched at Leiden University in 2020
Leiden’s Liveable Planet programme aims to combine scientific, policy, socio-cultural and historical/archaeological research at Leiden University into coherent research with which we can tackle the major challenges of a transition to a habitable planet with ecological sustainability. The program will serve as a hub for the wide range of relevant research carried out within Leiden University and welcomes interaction with colleagues interested in contributing to the initiative within as well as outside of Leiden University.