Wageningen University and Research challenge you to develop an urban farming site including an indoor production structure that significantly improves the quality of life of local residents in one of the most diverse lower-income neighbourhoods of Washington D.C.
Do you have an idea in the field of climate action and need support to implement it? Then join the Youth Climate Pact Challenge!
By becoming a member of the Platform for Responsible Procurement, CZU claims allegiance to a strategic approach in public procurement and the implementation of responsible public procurement in its practice.
In recent years, CZU has been rated as the most sustainable university in the Czech Republic. It is at the forefront of international rankings in the field of CSR and sustainable development
11 ambitious student projects have applied for this year's CZU Campus Sustainability Challenge with the common goal of improving life on campus.
The Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague won the first place in the National Award of the Czech Republic for Corporate Social Responsibility 2020 in the category of public sector, large and medium-sized enterprises - smart innovations. CZU also received the award Socially Responsible Organization II. degrees and the international award of the European Foundation for Quality Management "Committed to Sustainability" based on the EFQM Model of Excellence.
Students from the association Pupen z.s. decided to thoroughly clean the CZU campus on Earth Day on 22 April 2021.
A total of 17 Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is an ambitious plan by UN countries to improve life on the planet by 2030. The SDGs' primary purpose is for all people to live a dignified life without poverty, hunger and inequality, and reach their full potential.
The CZU management announces the CZU Campus Sustainability Challenge 2021, which aims to spread the principles of sustainable development among CZU employees and students.
As part of the international cooperation on the V4 Green Universities project, CZU is announcing a video competition to encourage CZU employees and students to take their initiative in climate protection.
Within the Czech Republic, CZU defended its first place in the UI Green Metric World University Rankings.
CZU students have participated in the Food System Innovation Challenge 2020. The aim of this challenge is to bridge the gap between knowledge and practice on the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs.
Behind the EFG dormitories on approximately 600 square meters is a newly sown meadow. Starting.next year, you will be able to see there 68 plant species - of which 80% of the stand will consist of 59 species of meadow herbs and 20% of the stand will bloom 9 species of meadow grasses.
A wooden pergola with a large table and the possibility of electrical connection is now located in front of the EFG dormitories. This pergola creates a pleasant place to work and relax in the fresh air while generating enough energy to power 2 laptops and 4 mobile phones at the same time.
Wageningen University & Research warmly invites BSc, MSc and PhD students worldwide to join the second edition of the ReThink Protein Challenge!
This year CZU applied for the first time to the National Award for Social Responsibility organized by the Quality Council of the Czech Republic.
According to recent research, the virus which causes the new COVID-19 disease might be transmitted to animals. Cats, dogs, ferrets and even livestock might be infected the same way as humans are.
The aim of the conference was to present various approaches to corporate social responsibility (CSR) and subsequently open a discussion on the role of universities in this respect.
Nejlepší odpad je ten, který nevznikne. V našem kampusu se vyhazují až tisíce kelímků denně. Proto zavádíme vratný systém kelímků na kávu!
Last year, CZU founded the Center for Water, Land and Landscape to provide solutions to the consequences of unevenly distributed rainfall.
The CZU Free Shop is a university-wide center that collects functional, permanent, and very useful things that the original owner no longer needs.
Over 100 edible plants and 37 new species of plants, from edible or medicinal herbs through edible shrubs to trees with edible fruits, were planted next to the EFG dormitory and Kruhová hall.