We are currently developing how we can shape the participation process and are working on a variety of formats and ways in which the different members of the university can get involved in shaping the climate protection concept with varying intensity and in a varied way. We will publish the results here.
The involvement of the various status groups and especially the students has a long tradition at Carl von Ossietzky University. Thus, the participation and co-design of all university members and interested parties in the process of developing the climate protection concept is an essential component.
A core element of this participation is the Climate-neutral university working group.
The university on the way to climate neutrality - 04 November, 9 a.m.
Our university is to become climate neutral. For this purpose, we are developing a climate protection concept as part of a project funded by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, which aims to achieve climate neutrality.
To present the project, we cordially invite you to the Climate Kickstarter on Thursday, 04 November 2021 at 9 am (online).
To accompany your first coffee or tea in the morning, we will present what is behind the project, what the university's path can and will look like in the next two years and, of course, how you can all get involved and participate in the process.
In addition, University President Mr. Prof. Dr. Bruder will give a welcoming speech and we are very pleased that Mr. Peter Zenner, Climate Protection Manager of the City of Oldenburg, will give us a little insight into the city's process towards climate neutrality 2035. In addition, the AStA will once again explicitly address the student perspective. After these varied contributions, there will of course be room for your questions and suggestions, which we are particularly looking forward to.
For better planning, we ask for a short registration by email to by 2 November. We will then send you the access link to the event.
We are always happy to receive questions, ideas and comments and hope to welcome you in large numbers on 04 November!
Please note that the event is held in German language.