Author:
Angelina Pjatkovskaja

Sustainable development in the University of Tartu Museum

The University of Tartu Museum aims to reduce the environmental impact of its activities, promote a sustainable mindset, a culture that supports human well-being, research and studies in society, and contribute to the balanced development of society. The museum contributes to environmental conservation and sustainable development in the Estonian museum sector and plays a role in raising awareness of sustainable behaviour in society.

Sustainable Development Working Group

From October 2022, a sustainable development working group is operating in the University of Tartu Museum. The group includes representatives of all departments, the research director and the commissioner of the working environment.

Principles of sustainable development of the museum

 

Centre for Sustainable Development

The Centre for Sustainable Development is an interdisciplinary collaborative platform of the University of Tartu, bringing together the university’s researchers, students and knowledge to help find the balance between planetary boundaries and human well-being. 

University of Tartu Museum is one of the founders of the centre and the Head of Collections Tiina Vint is one of the experts of the centre.

University of Tartu Centre for Sustainable Development

Naised teaduses kleepsud laual

The Women in Science theme week will be held at the University of Tartu

Digikoristusnädal 2024

Digital Cleanup Week: time to get rid of digital waste

Rattasõidu pildid

Last opportunity to respond to the University of Tartu's mobility survey