Med världens tuffaste klimatmål och ett framgångsrikt samarbete mellan kommun, Uppsalas två universitet, organisationer och näringsliv är vi idag ledande inom klimatarbete.
Join to participate in an exciting week of climate activities in Uppsala in March 26 – 30th. Uppsala Kommun, along with Destination Uppsala, Uppsala University, SLU and other organisations and associations are building an intense, exciting and interactive week to get Uppsala to reduce its climate impact. Now, we encourage CEMUS students, staff and friends to join in!
There are several ways to participate this week. You can join in through a student conference day, by hosting a station, or by becoming a klimatlätt ambassador. Below you will find a quick summary of what this involves, where to find more information and how to sign up.
Student Conference Day at UKK on the 27th of March. This is a full day of activities in Uppsala Konsert och Kongress, with talks, stations, discussions and interesting activities. Uppsala municipality is inviting 500 students to attend this exciting day. More information and sign up here: https://www.uppsala.se/klimatveckan/
Hosting a station during Climate Week. This is a station where you can present and discuss with the public your organisations/ student group’s work on climate action. You can sign up for a few hours on any day this week. Locations are set in Gränby Staden, Store Torget, or Gottsunda Centrum. More information and sign up here: https://www.uppsala.se/klimatveckan/
Become a klimatlätt ambassador. Klimatlätt is an exciting campaign to reduce the consumption emissions of the people of Uppsala. By downloading an app, checking emissions, and following tips on how to reduce a carbon footprint, this campaign hopes to reduce the climate impact of 10 thousand residents of Uppsala over the next year. More information and how to get involved by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join a workshop hosted by CEMUS to be part of the CEMUS station, meet the Klimatlätt organisers and the organisers of Klimatveckan!
7th March, 15.15 – 17.00 in CEMUS Library