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Lecture in the Certificate in Sustainability and Social Innovation, WS 2019

Thursday 7 November 2019, 17.30 – 19.00,  Salle Paul Feidert, Bâtiment Central, Campus Kirchberg   How can policy makers take evidence-based ambitious actions against climate change?   Dr Andrew Ferrone, Head of Metereological Services, Administration of agricultural technical services (ASTA)     In its special report on global warming of 1.5°C the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change … Continued

Lecture in the Certificate in Sustainability and Social Innovation, WS 2019

Tuesday 15 October 2019, 18.30-20.30, Salle Paul Feidert, Bâtiment Central, Campus Kirchberg   The Circular Economy:  designing projects through co-creation processes   Dr Paul Schosseler, Associate at the consultancy +ImpaKT s.a.r.l.     Recently the throwaway culture has become subject to close scrutiny by governments and researchers. This lecture introduces basic concepts related to the … Continued

“Wëssensplattform Aktioun Nohaltegkeet”

Pressekommuniqué: 16. September 2019 “Wëssensplattform Aktioun Nohaltegkeet” Ein ‘One-Stop-Shop’ für Nachhaltigkeitsinitiativen in Luxemburg: Eine neue Internetplattform zur besseren Vernetzung von von Bürgern, Schulen, Gemeinden, Firmen, Forschung und Regierung Wie können wir mehr Verantwortung übernehmen für eine bessere Umwelt und soziale Gerechtigkeit in Anbetracht neuer Erkenntnisse über die begrenzte Tragfähigkeit unserer Erde? ‘Aktioun Nohaltegkeet’ ( bietet … Continued

NEXUS CITIZEN SCIENCE – WaterBlitz 19 Luxembourg

Are you interested in finding out more about the water quality in the streams, rivers, ponds, and lakes in your neighbourhood and how it compares with different regions in Europe? Then get involved and join our WaterBlitz Luxembourg, which takes place from 20th to 23rd September. You will receive an easy-to-use free water test kit … Continued

NEXUS CITIZEN SCIENCE – 01.07.2019: Syr-Workshop

The NEXUS CITIZEN SCIENCE project of the University of Luxembourg offers you the opportunity to actively shape the future of water conservation, environmental monitoring and science on the way to sustainable water governance. The aim of the project is to collectively develop a Citizen Science project and tool, which allow you to observe and document … Continued

To the young people of Fridays for Future: Science supports you!

Statement of scientists at the University of Luxembourg written by Constance Carr, Ariane König, Rachel Reckinger, Christian Schulz, Susanne Siebentritt, and Norman Teferle, and supported by over 180 researchers at the Uni Luxembourg                 Picture sourced by, a creative commons website This article was published May 22, … Continued

Collection of material: Impulse Workshop at the 9th Forum of Education Partners ESD in the Greater Region

  Impuls-Workshop beim 9. Forum der Bildungspartner BNE in der Großregion   Here you will find the materials used in the workshop, with which we approached the political issue “Hambacher Forst” in the 1.5 hour workshop on 21.11.19 in Braunshausen. The excerpt from a series of lessons can be used in subjects with a sociological … Continued

A vision for the Athénée: SCHOOL FUTURES Workshop on 19.10.18

  Objective of the workshop: Building the foundation of the vision by capturing core tasks and underlying, groundbreaking values ​​… building on the findings of the last workshop. Create a room for: Exchange between pupils and teachers from different fields: Renegotiation of the “purpose” of the Athénée and related core tasks. Gaining a common understanding … Continued

NEXUS FUTURES 1. & 2. Szenarien Workshops

The first of three workshops to create a National Set of Future Scenarios for Water, Land and Energy in Luxembourg was held on 18 & 19 June 2018 with more than 40 participants. The participants represented various areas of experience as well as public authorities responsible for water supply, agricultural advisors, nature reserves, private companies, … Continued