Part of the mission of the University of Twente is to develop sustainable, proactive measures for societal problems. As a university, we lead by example and consider sustainability to be a precondition for everything we do, including in our own operational management. In practice, this means the UT strives to reduce our CO2 footprint by 15% in 2023 (compared to 2020) and become CO2 neutral by 2030.
Here you will find information on measures the UT takes, what that means for you and how you can help to achieve this goal.
- 11 June, 2020UT endorses ISCN charter
Recently, the UT has endorsed the International Sustainable Campus Network (ISCN) Charter.
- 10 June, 2020Survey 30km/u zone and bicycle-friendly infrastructure campus
The University of Twente is planning to redesign the roads on the campus. With the redesign, we would like to guarantee traffic safety on the campus. Fill out the survey to give input for the decision-making process.
- 22 January, 2020Green Hub Twente established
The Green hub is the central point where all knowledge and initiatives related to sustainability within the University of Twent converge. The hub will also support and develop ideas for making education, research and operational management at the UT more sustainable.