Students regularly use the university as a Living Lab and do research into how the university can become even more sustainable. A win-win situation: the student can conduct research into a 'real' case and the Green Office receives advice based on scientific research.
Examples of research on sustainability in collaboration with the Green Office are:
- Research into the most sustainable way of drying hands in the toilets.
- Research into heat stress in the Mercator building.
- Research into sustainability knowledge among students.
Would you also like to do research on sustainability within the RUG? We have the following questions you can get started with:
- Saving more energy at Linnaeusborg
- Reducing light pollution in Zernike
- Strategies for replacing plastic at the university
- The effects of a new policy for sustainable logistic
- Environmental impact of cotton red goodie bags
- Environmental impact of reusable notebooks
- Overview of flying behaviour of (Erasmus) students
- Evaluating the new policy on air travelling
- How to engage students in taking part in the Sulitest
- Students’ interest in a Basic Course on Sustainability
- What is sustainable education?
- Inventory of sustainable courses offered at the RUG
Food & Drinks
- Combat food waste in university canteens
- Eating habits of RUG students
- What is the most sustainable beer?
- How to communicate effectively about sustainability
- Use of colours (red vs green) in messages to motivate sustainable behaviours
Do you have a good idea for collaborative research? Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
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