Let’s study and work in a new way – sustainably!
- Let’s save electricity, heat and water. Turn off unnecessary electrical appliances. Reduce the brightness of the computer screen. Dress according to the season.
- Let’s reduce paper consumption. Print only the most necessary documents and on both sides of the sheet. Let’s use recycled printing paper.
- Let’s eat healthy. Eat seasonal food grown in Lithuania, try new plant-based recipes, give up disposable dishes.
- Let’s reduce the impact of transport. Come to the University by bike or public transport, cooperate with colleagues, walk part of the way.
- Let’s buy less, share, recycle. Before buying a new thing, let’s think carefully about whether we really need it or whether we need packaging. Share with family members, friends and neighbors. Let’s give ourselves a deeper recycling challenge.
In 2015 world leaders agreed on the long-term Sustainable Development Goals. MRU contributes to the implementation of these goals and operates according to the 2021-2023 Strategy for Sustainable Activities.
Each month of this academic year, we will pay more attention to the implementation of specific Sustainable Development Goals. In September, the focus will be on poverty and hunger, in October good health, well-being and quality education, in November – gender equality, clean water and sanitation, in December – affordable and clean energy and decent work and economic growth, in January – industry, innovation and infrastructure and reducing inequalities, in February – sustainable cities as well as infrastructure and responsible consumption and production, in March – climate change and water bodies, in April – life on land, in May – peace, justice and strong institutions and partnerships to achieve these goals.
Every Thursday at 3 p.m. let’s meet in the cafe of the University’s old building. In September let’s talk about poverty and hunger in the circle of our family members, colleagues and friends. What could we contribute to reduce it?
United Nations Academic Impact has recognized GoGreen Project: University Studies Environmental Psychology in Young People | United Nations, by Environmental Psychology Research Centre
The world’s university rating agency, Times Higher Education, has ranked higher education institutions with the greatest impact on sustainable development, successfully implementing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Mykolas Romeris University (MRU) was also rated in the rankings by the THE Impact Rankings 2022. The University was ranked in areas such as quality education, sustainable cities and communities, peace, justice and strong institutions, and partnership for the goals. The highest scores (59 out of 100) was gained on MRU’s impact on building peace, justice, and strong institutions. The university ranks among the world’s 301-400 most influential universities in this field. For more information on the THE Impact Rankings 2022 please visit here
The last Friday of the month, let’s celebrate a day without a car. Let’s leave the cars at home and come to the university on foot or by public transport.
Let’s learn and upgrade our competences on sustainable development