If we want today’s and tomorrow’s generations to have the same chances for a fulfilled life, we have to act sustainably on all levels. And this doesn’t only apply to governments or companies – sustainability affects all areas of our everyday lives!

That is why our focus topic ‘Sustainable living’ addresses the question of how every one of us can contribute to a lifestyle that protects our environment and resources.

There will be interesting webinars as well as a virtual Hands-on Project where Germany-Alumni can contribute innovative solutions for a more sustainable lifestyle – and these are just a few examples of what the Alumniportal will have to offer concerning this important subject.

We would like to discuss what sustainable living means to you: Do you integrate any sustainable elements into your everyday life? And if so, how do you do it? Do drop in and join the discussion in our Community group ‘Zukunftsthema Nachhaltigkeit / Sustainability’ – the protection of environment and resources is up to all of us!

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Biobased economy and circular economy

This infographic is dedicated to the topic of bioeconomy and provides useful information and figures on bioeconomy and circular economy. You can also find out what role microorganisms, proteins and algae play in this context and why they are also referred to as "little heroes" of bioeconomy.

Sustainable living

Germany-Alumni take on responsibility

With its campaign “Sustainable living – I support this!”, the Alumniportal wants to show that Germany-Alumni all over the world are committed to a sustainable life according to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Alumni from 115 different countries took part and tell us now what the SDGs mean to them personally.

Sustainable living

Germany-Alumni take on responsibility

With its campaign “Sustainable living – I support this!”, the Alumniportal wants to show that Germany-Alumni all over the world are committed to a sustainable life according to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Alumni from 115 different countries took part and tell us now what the SDGs mean to them personally.