The 6th edition of the UNICA GREEN Workshop: Towards Carbon-Neutral Universities was kindly hosted by the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" in cooperation with Sapienza University and Roma Tre University, 2-4 May 2016.
Target audience: The Workshop was mainly aimed at Sustainability/Environmental Coordinators and Vice-Rectors responsible for the implementation of institutional sustainability strategy from UNICA Member Universities and UNICA GREEN partner institutions.
Here you will find the practical guide for the Workshop, including some useful information on how to find your way in the city of Rome, how to reach the meeting venues, the hotel and the restaurant.
Carbon market & Carbon offset by Arnaud BROHÉ, Professor Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and CEO of CO2Logic
Climate neutrality in the building sector of universities: Potentials and success factors by Stefan PLESSER, Institute for Building Services and Energy Design, Technical University Braunschweig
Reducing carbon dioxide emissions at Freie Universität Berlin by the combination of different instruments – the role of participation by Andreas WANKE, Freie Universität Berlin
Collaboration Strategy of the 3 large universities in Rome by Francesco ASDRUBALI, University Roma Tre
The process to define and implement a climate action plan after 10 years of commitment to sustainable development: why and how? A strategic and operational point of view by Alexandra DEMOUSTIEZ, Environmental Coordinator
University Environmental Strategy by Heleri SOOLMANN and Mihkel KANGUR
Sustainability 2.0@VUB by Lisa WOUTERS, Policy Officer Gender and Sustainable Development
The Strategy to Make the Campus of the University of Cyprus Net Zero-Energy by Costas CHARALAMBOUS, Mechanical Engineer, Technical Services
The registration to the 6th UNICA GREEN Workshop is now closed.
The participation to the Workshop is free of charge for the representatives of UNICA member universities, invited speakers, Chairs, and Guest Exhibitors, as well as persons supporting the Workshop organisation (e.g. Workshop assistants, student volunteers).
Otherwise, a participation fee applies:
The invoice for the participation fee will be sent to you in a few days following the confirmation of your registration. Please make sure to transfer your participation fee indicating your last name in the transfer title before 22 April 2016. Your registration to the Workshop will be valid only if the fee is fully paid.
The University of Rome Tor Vergata has pre-booked a number of rooms for the workshop participants in the Archimede Hotel (via dei Mille 19), which is conveniently located near the Termini railway and subway station, the main communication hub of the city.
The above rates do not include tourist tax of 6 EUR per person per night.
The partipants are requested to book their rooms directly with the hotel, mentioning the event code: 'UNICA GREEN'.
Contact details of the hotel:
Telephone: +39 6 4452695
Hotel booking deadline: 22 March 2016. Please note that after this deadline the availability of the rooms cannot be guaranteed. Please do not hesitate to contact Ms Claudia Fiorani from the University of Rome Tor Vergata (email@example.com) if you need assistance with booking your accommodation.
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For further information about the Workshop, please contact Marta Rachlewicz: firstname.lastname@example.org