CLIMATE PROTECTION CONCEPT
The Integrated Climate Protection Concept (KSK) is a funding project proclaimed as part of the National Climate Protection Initiative (NKI) and awarded by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) , with the help of which rural districts, municipalities, cities, companies and educational institutions are enabled should be able to develop their own climate protection concept. With the help of this initial project, the course is to be set for sustainable development at the local level, potentials for resource conservation are to be identified and meaningful implementation measures derived from this.
Building on the climate protection goals of the EU, the federal government and the Free State of Saxony, the Mittweida University of Applied Sciences, aware of its role model and transfer function as a knowledge multiplier, decided to develop its own concept - with the clear goal of approaching the climate-neutral campus step by step .
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Project start: January 15, 2021
End of project: January 15, 2023
Project leader : Dipl.- Jur. Sylvia Bäßler
Chancellor of the Mittweida University of Applied Sciences
Project management : Florian Yearling M. A
Facility Management Department
Climate protection manager of the Mittweida University of Applied Sciences
The creation of an integrated climate protection concept at the Mittweida University of Applied Sciences supports the achievement of the sustainability goals (SDGs).