The University of Cagliari is at the forefront of the fight against climate change.

In 2022, the University of Cagliari participated in the 'Mapping Universities on Greenhouse Gas Emissions (GHG)' survey, initiated by the RUS Working Group on Climate Change. The survey, carried out at Italian universities, follows two important initiatives: the calculation of CO2 emissions, launched in 2021, and the first drafting of the University's GHG emissions inventory.

Among the actions aimed at improving the University's level of sustainability is the focus on green spaces, both for the effects produced by tree vegetation in terms of limiting CO2 emissions and for the positive effects on the liveability of spaces and the creation of a healthier and more inclusive study and work environment.

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The calculation of UniCa's CO2 emissions
In 2022, the University of Cagliari participated in the survey initiated at national level by the RUS Climate Change Working Group.
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The management of green areas
Increasing green spaces is one of the actions set up by the university to create a healthier and more inclusive study and work environment.