Foot Print Challenge
In 2018, the SEA Employee Council is placing an emphasis on sustainability. With this in mind, the Foot Print Challenge has been launched. The university believes it has a social responsibility to work towards a better understanding and awareness of environmental measures, together with its staff and students, and to set a good example to others. Sustainability is an important consideration in the university’s daily operations, including, for example, a focus on CO2 footprints (energy, mobility, waste and transport), green energy and energy-efficient buildings.
As a first point of reference, the footprint of every (SEA) building was measured on 8 January 2018. One year later, just before the Christmas holidays, these footprints will be measured again. We will then be able to see which buildings have made the most improvements.
You can follow developments yourself via Duurzaam in beeld. Click on the floorplan of your workplace to view the current usage and emissions.
In order to keep the Foot Print challenge on track and to draw attention to general matters of sustainability, coordinators have been appointed for each SEA complex. You are welcome to contact them with any suggestions, questions or comments.
Are you interested in becoming a sustainability coordinator at Gravensteen? Send an email with your motivation to: firstname.lastname@example.org attn. Mark Siezenga
- Frans van der Meer | email@example.com
University Sports Centre
- Didi van Berge Henegouwen | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mark Siezenga (USC General) email@example.com