European Green Capital Lahti
Summer School 2021
Do you want to be a part of the European Green Capital 2021?
Do you want to experience international learning online?
Do you want to learn more about innovative solutions for environmental challenges?
Lahti is the European Green Capital 2021. All academic bodies operating in Lahti are keen to promote this year by putting together an International Summer School. The Summer School is a cooperation of the LAB University of Applied Sciences, LUT University and University of Helsinki and Lahti University Campus.
European Green Capital 2021 Summer School (5 cp) will be organized online on 7-18 June 2021.
You can experience a multidisciplinary and international summer school which focuses to the themes related to European Green Capital year. The four themes are: carbon-neutral life, circular economy, citizen participation and nature and water. The online presentations and discussion during the weeks will take place in authentic location in Lahti and surroundings. This way you can experience the environment and nature like locals without physically being here.
This International Summer School is aimed for both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree students interested in sustainable urban environments with either environmental, technical, business, design or social and health care, social sciences background. All students are welcome!
Come and experience the international feeling in this online Summer School!
European Green Capital 2021 Summer School registration has closed. Registered students will get an email with further information and next steps.
Summer school is free of charge
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Lahti is the European Green Capital 2021
The European Commission has chosen Lahti as the European Green Capital 2021 (European Green Capital Award, EGCA) as the first city in Finland. The award is proof of Lahti’s persistent environmental work as Finland’s leading environmental city.
The title is annually granted to one city that is a pioneer in environmental activities, sets an example for other cities, and develops innovative solutions for environmental challenges. Eleven European cities have received the title before Lahti.
In 2021, Europe’s focus is turned to Lahti, the Finnish city far beyond its size in environmental work. During the year, we will highlight the best Finnish environmental solutions to be carried out elsewhere in the world.
You can find more information about the Green Capital year and the reasons why Lahti was chosen as the European Green Capital on https://greenlahti.fi/en
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