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14 June 2017

On Friday the 19th of May, the National Day of Sustainability, the Green Office, as part of a delegation of the University of Groningen, travelled to the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam for the annual SustainaBul ceremony. The SustainaBul is a ranking of the most sustainable educational institute in the Netherlands, and is organised by the student organisation ‘Studenten voor Morgen’. During this day, educational institutes came together to learn from professionals, but also from each other. Similar to past editions, this day was organized around a theme. This year’s theme was Green ICT. During the day we were able to follow lectures and discussions on ICT as a future skill and the added value of ICT to topics such as sustainability. At the end of the day the ranking of the SustainaBul was announced, and the University of Groningen ended up as the 6th. Looking back, this day brought us a lot of new insights and inspiration!

Last modified:14 June 2017 2.59 p.m.

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