This past Tuesday, November 24th, Students of KU Leuven (Campus Brussels) held a debate on the controversial topic of nuclear energy. Should Belgium continue to use nuclear reactors? Is it safe? Is it better for the environment? Here, we highlight the main arguments...
What we do
Every Monday a surprising package of veggies and fruit? All students and staff members of KU Leuven can order a veggie bag online and pick it up at the Green Office.
Fixing your stuff in a cosy setting, that’s what the Green Office Repair Hub wants you to do. You can also come along for workshops and repair cafés.
Biodiversity and wellbeing go hand in hand. That’s why the BEE Positive team has taken on the task of promoting the impact of biodiversity on our daily lives.
Save the world. Write a thesis. The Green Office Living Lab encourages students to write a thesis with impact by connecting students and sustainable topics.
Did you know you can plant trees while surfing the internet? The Green Office wants to make Ecosia the default search engine at KU Leuven, and on your computer.
Stick to Reusables
More and more people use reusable cups and jars to get their coffees and pastas. The Green Office encourages them and convices others to join.
Tap it Up
The Green Office wants you to enjoy tap water. That’s why we made our own bottles and built water taps all around KU Leuven campus.
News about our projects
UPDATE 19/10 - Opening event cancelled The Student Repair Hub is kicking off another year with their opening event! On October 21st from 16:00 - 19:00, they will be hosting their first set of workshops on zero waste pumpkin carving and bike tire care and repair....
The Green Office for KU Leuven is looking for new project managers. Do you want to make a difference? Do you want to join a team of motivated ambitious students who try to make KU Leuven a sustainable place? Pitch your own project idea and we’ll help you realize it....