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Climate-Neutral TU Graz

TU Graz has adopted an ambitious roadmap for its path to climate neutrality by 2030. TU Graz takes its social responsibility in climate protection seriously and is pursuing an ambitious roadmap for achieving the climate targets – with very concrete measures and with the assistance of all staff and students. With the programme, TU Graz is one of the pioneers among Austria's universities.

Roadmap to a climate-neutral TU Graz 2030

The basis for the roadmap is a fully comprehensive greenhouse gas (GHG) balance of TU Graz, from the university infrastructure to the mobility behaviour of all employees.Based on this GHG balance, a roadmap was defined with numerous individual measures to achieve climate neutrality within the next decade.
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Rector Harald Kainz
Harald Kainz, Rector of TU Graz

We have set ourselves the ambitious goal of becoming a climate-neutral university by 2030. With the support of all TU Graz members, we will achieve this goal together.

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Research

In the Field of Expertise Sustainable Systems, which encompasses all TU Graz research disciplines, TU Graz faces the complex challenges of climate change and conducts interdisciplinary research across faculty boundaries to find sustainable solutions.

Contact

Günter GETZINGER
Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.phil.

Science, Technology and Society Unit (STS)
Institute of Interactive Systems and Data Science
Schlögelgasse 2
8010 Graz

Phone: +43 316 873 30650
getzingernoSpam@tugraz.at