Cooperation with Strascheg Center for entrepreneurship Munich, July 31, 2009. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Salman Behbehani. \”Not one, but two German universities were elected by approximately 3,000 participants of the Green Uni Rankings on the online portal Utopia.de greenest teaching sites in Germany: the title of the greenest school\” therefore the FH Eberswalde and the University of Witten/Herdecke are divided. In the overall, the uni Kassel the second and the University of Luneburg occupies third place. Green College ranking utopia would venture taking stock: how far are Germany’s universities on climate? What about the resource management? There is organic food in the canteens? At the first campus Test Center for entrepreneurship of the University of Munich has received support Utopia by students of the Strascheg. They have together designed the test and worked out after a scientific methodology.
It made then online sustainability Utopia.de questions as such after the campus, the cafeteria food and what is being done to save raw materials. 217 universities were evaluated, for statistical analysis only 55 universities in the closer selection process has been due to the amount of participants at the end. That makes me\”really proud, said environmental Manager Kerstin Krausche from the FH Eberswalde as Utopia reported her first place in the Green College ranking. We here try proven environmentally-friendly way to lead our University of applied sciences in Eberswalde and this is the most beautiful confirmation!\” The objective is to obtain a European EMAS certification later this year. \”The doubles title greenest College\” Eberswalde shares with the private University in Witten. The result of Utopia university rankings is highly enjoyable for their scientific managing director Martin Butzlaff, because \”it encourages our University in its objective to provide exemplary impetus for our education as a scientific teaching and learning laboratory.\” But now the ranking en detail: best cut off has on the question of whether there is a focus in the teaching of green issues, the College of Eberswalde.