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Sustainable Buildings team from the Distributed Systems group wins the Sustainable Campus International Competition

21 September 2015

The Sustainable Campus International Competition (SCIC) prize is organized by the Youth for Sustainable Development Foundation (Canada). It is a global sustainability business case competition, giving an opportunity for students to create sustainability projects with measurable environmental, social and economic impact. This year in its 3rd edition, the SCIC received more than 40 project proposals from students all over the world. After evaluation of eight finalists by the SCIC international jury, "Sustainable Buildings" has got the first place with a cash prize of $ 3.000.

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