Sustainable practices for students and ‘green’ technologies (WASTE Program University Stuttgart)
Link to the event page: https://hochschule-n-bw.de/en/veranstaltungen/sustainable-practices-for-students-and-green-technologies-waste-program-university-stuttgart/
Our forum will include eight (8) topics, all of which are student-centred and focus on their role in sustainability. First, we will discuss with Rohit Sheoran and his presentation “Sustainability for the everyday life of students” and with Nery Condory and her presentation “Recycling in campus dormitories” our individual role in sustainability and how we can actively pursue it. Afterwards, Pawan Bhoyar will address the question of reuse as a way of life in our society and how to do it properly in his lecture “How to live from used goods and reduce your waste”. Following this part, Camilo Lancheros will talk about the role of university shareholders in setting up centralised bodies, called “Green Office”, which focus specifically on sustainability issues. This will be followed by two technical presentations on the topics of “Bio-construction” and “Carbon Capture as a Means of Sustainability”, by Zuemy Nevarez and Christopher Onyia respectively, and their impact on the life of our communities will be assessed. Finally, Edgar Molina and Stefany Chamorro will give two interesting presentations on nutrition and its sustainability, one on “Veganism as a path towards sustainability” and the other on benefits of “Growing your own food”. At the end we will have a final 15-minute discussion with our audience on these topics.
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