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2019 Knowledge to Action Projects

Students from Batch 22 showcasing their K2A projects. Students tackled overconsumption through setting up a centre for borrowing household items; devised an action plan to ensure that our universities become more sustainable, and explored the potential for art to affect social norms around flying.

Meet LUMES Alumni Sophia Speckhahn and Annabel Schickner (batch 19)

lumes alumni Annabel and Sophia LUMES alumni Sophia Speckhahn and Annabel Schickner from batch 19 visited LUMES to share their stories about life after LUMES, from graduation to getting their first jobs. Today they are both working with sustainability within different sectors in Germany. Find out what they think are the most important skills they gained from the LUMEs programme and what career advice they have for future LUMES graduates.

Knowledge to Action Projects 2018: travel policies, overfishing, flood management and biodiversity loss 

Student Louise Maria Skotte Møller chats with LUMES teachers Chad Boda and Daivid O'Byrne. She was part of the project Corporate Watch Dog. An examination of the travel policy in Malmö municipality, flood management solutions in local neighborhoods, lobbying and regulation in Denmark, and biodiversity policies for universities. These were some of 2018 Knowledge to Action Projects – the course where LUMES students get to apply their knowledge to real world problems.


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