ETH Zurich endeavours continuously to improve its own campus life from the point of view of sustainability. This applies to ETH’s own infrastructure, to mobility, the use of energy and raw materials and the associated emissions and waste – and also to how students, teachers and employees interact.
Public Real Estate Management
This unit is responsible for sustainability in real estate management, campus development, and energy. In addition, it appoints ETH Zurich's energy officer.
At ETH Zurich, sustainable mobility is to be fostered while simultaneously reducing CO2-emissions by means of a mobility platform.
Safety, Security, Health, and Environment at ETH Zurich
The staff unit safety, security, health, and environment (SSHE) is in charge of security and health of ETH Zurich's employees. SSHE offers consulting regarding the handling of risks and dangers in order protect people, infrastructure, and environment.
ETH Zurich publishes new Sustainability Report
25.06.2015 – ETH Zurich published its new Sustainability Report with reference to 2013 and 2014. Structured in five chapters, the comprehensive report outlines how the university integrates the principle of sustainability into its core activities. The report complies with the guidleines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and the ISCN/GULF Sustainable Campus Charter. More