How can we make the UPV campuses carbon neutral? Share your ideas, on October 8, at the conference “The UPV responds to the mission: València Ciutat Neutra.”
One hundred climate-neutral European cities by 2030. This is the objective set by the European Commission and a challenge to which the city of Valencia has just joined with the signing of an agreement to promote the energy and ecological transition. Getting to have three climate-neutral neighbourhoods or towns before 2030 is the València Ciutat Neutra mission, led by the Valencia City Council.
At the UPV, 12 chairs have allied the ecological transition and, together with the Vice-Rectorate for Sustainable Campus Development, have organized the conference “The UPV responds to the mission: València Ciutat Neutra“, which are held on October 7th and 8th.
The conference on Thursday, October 7, will deal with how to face the main challenges for the decarbonisation of university campuses and the city of Valencia. The accent will be placed on the proposals of chairs, research groups, teaching staff and social groups of the UPV. The studies carried out by the students of the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm to decarbonise the UPV campus, the result of an educational collaboration agreement between both entities, will also be presented.