Sustainability

MUNI moved up 100 places in the world ranking

Masaryk University is ranked 131st out of 956 universities in the international UI Green Metrics ranking for 2021.

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Pillars of our sustainability

Science & Research

Science & Research

We are involved in dozens of European and national research projects with a direct impact on the quality of life of people not only in the South Moravian region.

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Education

Education

We acquaint young people with global challenges and the latest trends, and lead them to take responsibility for themselves, the environment and society.

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Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility

Mutual respect, solidarity and partnership in all dealings are among the basic democratic values that are also an integral part of MU's internal culture.

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THEME OF THE MONTH

Sustainable catering

Masaryk University puts great emphasis on a varied and balanced range of quality food, including vegan and gluten-free options, as well as on the locality of the ingredients used. Waste minimisation and reuse is already a matter of course.

How does the purchasing of ingredients for the canteens work? What is the f-regions project?

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Sustainability at MUNI

Sustainability-focused research, education and awareness-raising within academia and society at large are key steps to integrate relevant principles into all societal processes towards a sustainable future.

Masaryk University sees its responsibility and contributes not only to the sustainability of its own activities and premises, but also to the sustainability of the urban and regional ecosystem and to the Sustainable Development Goals at the global level.

MUNI 2021+ Strategy

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 Prof. MUDr. Martin Bareš, Ph.D.

“At Masaryk University we perceive environmental protection and sustainable development as a clear priority. A number of our excellent institutes have been working on these topics for a long time, whether it is research on the impact of toxic substances on humans and nature or education for ecological enterpreneurship. The principles of sustainability and environmental friendliness are also applied in the daily operation of the dozens of buildings in which the university is housed throughout the Moravian metropolis.”

Prof. MUDr. Martin Bareš, Ph.D.
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