According to the United Nations, the years until 2030 are going to determine the quality of life for the next 100 years.
KI's vision is to advance knowledge about life and strive towards better health for all. This includes current and future generations and means environmental and social responsibility in the way KI conducts its activities and contributes to sustainability through research, education and collaboration.
Global goals & Agenda 2030
What are the Sustainable Development Goals?
In 2015 the United Nations signed up to the Agenda 2030 and devised 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a set of solutions for the biggest problems the world faces today.
Take the web course: Getting Started with the SDGs at KI
Learn more about the Agenda 2030, the SDGs and how each of us can contribute!
The course has two modules and includes activities, videos, quizzes and discussions.
Participate in events
Register for upcoming events or take part of the recorded conferences.
Watch the film: One KI for Sustainable Development
How can I contribute?
TEACHER | STUDENT
KI strives to be a sustainable university with minimized climate and environmental impact.
Here you find more information about how KI contributes to the environment and climate work and how you can contribute.