Workshop Sustainability in the Max Planck Society
Important information for registered participants can be found here.
The workshop is fully booked, however you can register for the waiting list. We will notify you about any free spots.
The Max Planck Society contributes to a sustainable world by its research in the fields of climate change, biodiversity and efficient use of resources. But what is the ecological impact of our own research work? We print articles and dissertations, we need toxic chemicals for our work, on the other hand we produce waste in labs and offices and travel to conferences by planes. Research is important to us, and as scientists or employees in a research organisation as the Max Planck Society science always comes first. But we believe that we can also make research itself earth-friendly. In the past years, colleagues in various Max Planck Institutes have founded "sustainability groups" with the objective to investigate how we can make research itself "greener". Now we would like to meet for the first time in order to exchange experiences and develop a common sustainability intiative for the Max Planck Society.
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You want to display our workshop poster in your institute? You can download it here (pdf, please print on A3 paper, preferrentially on recycling paper):
Credits for the beautiful header image and the poster goes to the sustainability group at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig!