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Students and employees are invited to contribute their ideas on the various aspects of sustainability, for example in one of the think tank's working groups. Ideas for projects and activities related to sustainability are always welcome at the Sustainability Office.
The Sustainability Task Force is jointly chaired by Rector Prof. Dr. Martin Paul and the Ruhr-Universität's Sustainability Officer Prof. Dr. Andreas Löschel. Its goal is the development as well as the implementation of a sustainability strategy at the Ruhr-Universität. The Task Force is in regular exchange with the Sustainability Think Tank, the Green Office as well as groups and initiatives interested in sustainability on campus.
Everyone involved in the Sustainability Task Force is united by the fact that we want to get things done. We want to implement, we want to show that sustainable projects are good - for our students and for our university.
Prof. Dr. Andreas Löschel is economist and was appointed to the RUB in September 2021. As a scientist, he has been dealing with sustainability issues for a long time. Since 2011, Löschel has also been chairman of the expert commission for the German government's "Energy of the Future" monitoring process.
The Sustainability Think Tank began its work in February 2021 and accompanies the strategy process in close cooperation with the Task Force. It sees itself as a space for ideas and discussion and is open to all university members.
In groups, participants of the think tank work out concepts that are then implemented university-wide via the Sustainability Task Force. Interested university members are cordially invited to participate in the meetings of the Sustainability Think Tank and to get involved in the working groups:
The Sustainability Office sees itself as a student-driven contact point for all projects and activities related to sustainability on campus. The team informs and sensitizes for the topic, networks actors, plans and implements activities.