Making a global impact: Sustainability event at the TUM Global Week

Mountains of plastic waste on Thailand's beaches, harvest collapses in India due to climate change, inadequate power supply in rural areas of the Global South: Developing countries have a particularly hard time dealing with social problems. As part of the TUM Global Week, on July 8, project-experienced students, alumni, and scientists from TUM will discuss success factors, but also stumbling blocks in the implementation of sustainable projects in developing countries.

A moss-covered plastic bottle at the beach
The glassic project is one of the results of the TUM community's involvement in sustainability projects. Photo: Jonas Ballweg / glassic

Join us for the virtual TUM Global Week and participate in the virtual panel discussion Making a global impact – opportunities and challenges in sustainability projects

When: July 8, 2021 from 4 to 5:15 p.m.

Learn how you too can get involved in global sustainable projects as part of your studies and beyond. We look forward to your participation!

For more detailed info on the event and to register, please visit the TUM Global Week website