The purpose of the platform is to help make the complex renovation of residential buildings a simpler, more attractive and scalable process, with relevant information on how to create houses more sustainable.
NOVA School of Science and Technology was present at the 2nd Sustainable Campus Conference 2020, promoted by the Sustainable Campus Network, with oral communications and virtual presentations of the work developed over the last year.
“We are pioneers in the development of new materials and processes for the purification of biopharmaceuticals in a more efficient, sustainable and more reasonable cost,” says Cecília Roque, Project Coordinator.
The project, a world pioneer, consists of a digital platform that aims to promote good practices and civic participation to help municipalities to meet the sustainable development goals for 2030 defined by the UN.
NOVA, through NOVA School of Science and Technology, will develop two actions within the scope of this project in the context of carbon neutrality and sustainable construction in tourist developments.
NOVA School of Science and Technology will continue to work to renew this distinction, with more activities and ambitious goals, in order to make our community and our campus progressively more sustainable.
On June 5th, World Environment Day, the Environment Department (DCEA) of FCT NOVA streamlined activities on “Sustainable Public Procurement” and visions on the “Future we want for the Planet”!
The debate will take place on June 5th, from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm, with live transmission on FCT NOVA's Facebook and Instagram page, moderated by Júlia Seixas, professor, researcher, and president of the Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering of FCT NOVA.
This is yet another recognition of the Faculty's effort and commitment to design a more sustainable campus.
The results published in the scientific journal ACS Catalysis indicate new ways to solve one of the biggest current challenges for the planet's sustainability: carbon neutrality.
The community awareness campaign started on March 4th, World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development.
The Sustainable FCT NOVA initiative opened an online suggestion form designed to receive contributions from campus users.