Tip of the Week

Every week until COP28, the Geography and Urban Planning Department will publish a “TIP of the Week”, developed by Dr Haïfa Ben Romdhane, Assistant Professor of Geomatics and Environmental Engineer. This will include sharing information, advice and recommendations to the SUAD community to help them to adopt more sustainable practices in their daily life. 

The first post was launched on 9 January with SUAD proposing a year-long challenge to the community to calculate their carbon footprint using an online Carbon Footprint Calculator and taking positive actions throughout 2023 towards a more sustainable lifestyle. The aim is to have a decreased carbon footprint when recalculating again in December 2023.

Walk, Bike, and Drive Less

Let’s all come together and take responsibility for reducing traffic-related air pollution, the diesel scandal, and road congestion in our cities. We can do this

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Turn off the lights

Turning off the lights when you leave a room can help reduce your greenhouse gas emissions and help the environment. Make it a habit to

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Become a smart shopper

Sustainable living or living green also means wasting less. Food waste is a huge problem. Plan your shopping: use a shopping list with weekly meals

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Dare to repair

Instead of buying new items like a bike, vacuum cleaner, washing machine, or kettle, why not try to find more eco- and pocket-friendly solutions? Speak

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