Kick-off event Sustainability Student Initiatives Forum

You want to get engaged with a student initiative, but don’t know which one suits you best? 

You are already an initiative at TUM and are looking for a way to network with other initiatives and present your work to students? 

Then the Sustainability Student Initiatives Forum is the right place for you, both students and initiatives. At this networking event we want to give students the opportunity to get to know the different initiatives at TUM better. Initiatives themselves can recruit new members, network with each other, exchange visions, funding opportunities, hurdles, etc. and start joint projects. Who is “we”? 
We are the TUM Sustainability Office, the Taskforce Sustainability and the Environmental Department of the Student Representation. We provide the framework and the platforms – together we shape the content! 

The first kick-off event will take place on June 16..2021  7pm.

If you would like to know more about the TUM Sustainability Office, take a look at the official website.

We are looking forward to meeting you! 

If you have any questions, please contact the Environmental Deparment or the TUM Sustainability Office. 

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Sustainability around the World – Let’s learn from others! (EN)

Summer semester 2021 lecture series

The climate crisis is now both scientifically and politically recognized and is becoming more tangible to individuals with each passing year. Yet the impact of climate change varies across regions of the world.

We invite you to learn about creative strategies in dealing with the environment and the climate crisis from international experts and to discuss interesting topics with them – informative, critical, and interdisciplinary. This is why the Referat for Environment of the Student Representation at TUM has organised this lecture series about environment – completely online again this Semester.

Register as a TUM student in TUMonline and receive ECTS:
CVL0000917 (Innenstadt)
CVL0001009 (Garching)

All information on the lecture series pages.