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  • 2024-02-07

    Climate for action: sustainability in everyday life

    We meet with Anna Modrzejewska, head of International Relations Office (IRO), and Justyna Sudakowska, Event Specialist, to talk about everyday environmental and climate protection activity of IRO team, and its impact on their daily work. Sustainable Development Team: Beata Pronobis (BP), Tatiana Ilczyszyn (TI):  We’re in “Misiówka”, a historic building on Gdańsk Tech campus, workplace...

  • 2024-01-05

    Electro-waste collection stations among the winning projects in the Gdańsk Tech Civic Budget

    The academic community decided which projects will be implemented on the university's premises in 2024 as part of the Gdańsk Tech Civic Budget funds. One of the winning staff projects is the establishment of 3 outdoor collection stations for small electro-waste on the campus. Small electro-waste: why is it important to recycle it? Electro-waste, i.e. used electrical and electronic...

  • 2023-10-30

    Third edition of the Gdańsk Tech Sustainability Report now available

    We are presenting the third edition of the Gdańsk Tech Sustainability Report, which is a summary of our University's activities in the area of implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals in the 2022/2023 academic year. The report presents numerous activities undertaken by Gdańsk Tech for the benefit of the environment, society and the economy, which indicate the direction our...

  • 2023-10-05

    Let's talk about sustainable development

    In the hall of the Gdańsk Tech Main Building, in front of the Library there was  a Gdansk Tech stand that promoted selected activities implementing the Sustainable Development Goals at our University. Every student and employee of Gdansk Tech who is close to the issue of climate change and environment pollution can join initiatives including: By Bike to the University campaign, voting in...

  • 2023-07-14

    Gdańsk University of Technology is a signatory of "Race to Zero"

    Gdańsk University of Technology is one of four Polish universities that have joined the global "Race to Zero" campaign supported by the United Nations. "Race to Zero" is a global campaign that unites enterprises, educational institutes, including universities, cities and regions around a common goal which is planning and implementing activities leading to the reduction of greenhouse gas...

  • 2023-06-28

    Bike service as part of "By bike to the university" competition

    Thanks to a convenient network of bicycle routes, commuting to work or lectures at the Gdańsk Tech can be easily done by bike. However for comfort and safety reasons,  it is worth to regularly check its technical condition. Do-it-yourself activities such as pumping the wheels or chain lubricating can increase cycling comfort. Depending on will and skills, regular bicycle service such as...

  • 2023-06-26

    Ingenious Inventors Wanted - The James Dyson Award 2023

    Only until July 19, you can submit your project for The James Dyson Award 2023. The competition is organized by the James Dyson Foundation, founded in 2002, which aims to support young engineers and encourage them to be passionate about construction. The organizers of this year's edition of the competition direct attention to ecology and look also for projects aimed at solving problems related...

  • 2023-06-21

    I choose public transport

    In the period from March 2022 to April 2023, in the city of Gdańsk, the city and commune of Pruszcz Gdański, the city and commune of Żukowo and the commune of Kolbudy, the Gdańsk Traffic Research was carried out to learn about daily transport habits of the respondents. For the purposes of the study, the term of travel was defined, which is understood as any movement for a specific purpose by...