How do you make energy out of wind and cow dung? What have mashed potatoes and roast beef got to do with climate change? What does the tree trunk from the Grunewald tell us about global warming? How can we make the world fair and sustainable in the long term? These and other future-oriented issues on sustainable development are the subjects for our SchülerUni for sustainability and climate protection.
From October 2015 until the end of 2020, we offer our free programs in spring and fall. We open lecture halls, seminar rooms, boiler rooms, laboratories, solar roofs, the weather station and the Botanical Garden to make the abstract concepts of sustainability and climate protection come alive.
With our one-week program consisting of an annuel 150-160 hands-on workshops and lectures we address and discuss - in relation to the lives of the school children - social, economic, environmental and cultural aspects of sustainable development and together we develop solutions for everyday life.
Very important to us are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). All of them are reflected in our workshops. Every workshop and the teachers' trainings revolve around SDG 4 and SDG 17:
Pictures of the last Schools@University can be found in the photo gallery.
Next Schools@University: March 25-29, 2019
Accompanying teacher training: February 25, 2019
For an overview of Schools@University, please download this poster.
Please contact us if you have any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Media partner: Berliner Zeitung