Corvinus Green

Together for a more sustainable University

Theme of the month: Food industry

At first, it may be hard to believe that the most we can do for sustainability on an individual level is to alter our food consumption habits. 35% of all greenhouse gas emissions from human activity are linked to food systems (Xu et al., 2021,), its impact is more significant than, for example, the entire transportation sector (including freight transport). The carbon footprint of our individual diet is largely determined by the proportion of animal products (Sandström et al., 2018,). In June, therefore, we will explore the topic of food production and consumption from a sustainability perspective, also showing how small steps one can take can lead us to a cleaner and more sustainable future.

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Selective bins on Campus
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Energy efficient light bulbs on Campus

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Corvinus University of Budapest

The Corvinus Green Story

This is how Corvinus started to move towards sustainability in 2022

The Corvinus Green Story: For a Sustainable University

This is how Corvinus started to move towards sustainability in 2022
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Corvinus University of Budapest

Corvinus receives international sustainability award

Corvinus University of Budapest has been named the most sustainable university in the world by UI GreenMetric

Corvinus receives international sustainability award

Corvinus University of Budapest has been named the most sustainable university in the world by UI GreenMetric, which ranks more than a thousand higher education institutions from more than eighty countries.
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Corvinus University of Budapest

The optimisation of household appliances

University departments can get rid of the unused or obsolete household appliances on a voluntary basis.

Corvinus Green: the optimisation of household appliances

University departments can get rid of the unused or obsolete household appliances on a voluntary basis.
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Researches

Katalin Ásványi
Katalin Ásványi Associate Professor
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Literature review of renewable energy in the tourism industry
Mária Csutora
Mária CsutoraProfessor, PhD
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Carbon accounting for sustainability and management. Status quo and challenges
Orsolya Diófási-Kovács
Orsolya Diófási-KovácsAssistant Professor, PhD
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Challenges and opportunities of green logistics in Hungary. An exploratory research
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Katalin Ásványi
Katalin ÁsványiAssiociate professor
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Literature review of renewable energy in the tourism industry
Mária Csutora
Mária CsutoraProfessor, Phd
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Carbon accounting for sustainability and management. Status quo and challenges
Orsolya Diófási-Kovács
Orsolya Diófási-KovácsAssistant professor, Phd
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Challenges and opportunities of green logistics in Hungary. An exploratory research
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