The University of Cagliari's strategies and objectives include an increasing commitment to environmental sustainability through a set of coordinated actions aimed at transforming the university into an increasingly sustainable reality.

The initiatives and projects implemented and to be implemented in the future are in line with the Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda and the European Green Deal, which places the achievement of sustainability-relevant results at the centre of the organisational actions of public bodies.

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Plastic-free UniCa
Adherence to the '#StopUseSinglePlastic#' protocol and the installation of plastic-free dispensers concretise the commitment against the use of single-use plastic.
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Drinking water for all
The university has encouraged the use of water from the city's water supply network by installing drinking fountains in the university buildings in Cagliari.
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Sustainable mobility
The university has implemented the Staff Home-Work Travel Plan (PSCL), as well as the Monserrato campus bicycle path and pedestrian accessibility project.
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Waste management and circular economy
During the European Waste Reduction Week (SERR), the university's circular economy initiatives were presented.
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Food and Nutrition
The questionnaire on eating habits and joining the green food week are concrete initiatives by UniCa to promote healthy and sustainable eating.
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Energy
The university is committed to actions aimed at reducing electricity consumption and promoting good practices in the university community.
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Climate Change
The University of Cagliari fights climate change by monitoring CO2 emissions and increasing green spaces.