Project HappyHoodie tackles the problem of a linear economy of clothes at HSG while providing a benefit both for people receiving the hoodie as well as for people giving the hoodie.
Managing waste may sound a bit off at first. When you think about it a bit more though, you’ll come to realize that we produce immense amounts of waste the University of St. Gallen alone. And then, probing a bit more into the different stakeholders of waste, it will get quite complex.
In an initial step, an information campaign will be launched on campus to sensibilize students to recycling-topics
In line with ChangeHub's main goal, the Ecosystem Navigator tries to use the synergies existent at the HSG to create a more sustainable future. The first step is to gain an overview!
Have you noticed a change to the daily favorites? Read this short article to find out what is currently happening in our Mensa!
The Solar Panel project aims to utilize the free space on the roofs of the University to produce clean energy
The Reusable Cup Project intends to introduce reusable cups on campus to try to move away from the single-use carton cup. Would you appreciate using reusable cups within the HSG? Inform yourself about the project!