Our Members SDUBS We at SDUBS promote a sustainable University of Basel! Become a member, meet like-minded people and change the world a little bit. AED Neuchâtel Alternative student sustainability association, university development group BENE Association for Sustainable Development at the University of Bern EDD GRAMU GRAMU stands for Groupe d’aménagement de l’Université (University development group) and organises projects that aim to make people more aware of the importance of their relationship to the Earth and to each other. Its main goal is to organize the space around the University campus and to develop biodiversity and create a pleasant environment for meetings and dialogue. The Environmental Comittee The Environmental Committee (EC) is the students’ environmental association that brings together students interested in environmental issues and having an impact on the Graduate Institute by working with students, faculty and the administration. The EC engages itself in bringing a focus to pressing environmental issues at the heart of the Graduate Institute while also promoting sustainability in various dimensions of life and study. For more information, please visits https://ec-iheid.org IPU IPU Switzerland is an interdisciplinary network of students and workers, practitioners and researchers – they are all connected through their shared interest in psychology in environmental protection and sustainability. NaKt ZHAW NaKt, the sustainability commission of the VSZHAW was founded in May 2014. It consists of members from all locations of the university (Zurich, Winterthur and Wädenswil) and raises awareness for the sustainable use of resources. NEUF The association promotes an improvement of the social and environmental footprint of the university. It is open to university members of levels (students, mid-level faculty, professors and other employees). NHK Uni Zürich The NHK ist the sustainability commission of the student organisation VSUZH. It promotes sustainable thinking and acting in academic and student life. The goal of the NHK is to raise awareness among university members through projects and events. Oikos St. Gallen oikos St.Gallen is a leading student organisation for sustainability in business and economics at the University of St.Gallen. We empower leaders to drive change towards sustainability worldwide. With an existence of more than 30 years, we are the founding chapter of an international network under the guidance of oikos International. This network consists of 50 chapters spread across four continents. Student Impact Student Impact is the student consultancy of a different kind. We promote sustainable business ideas by advising socially or ecologically focused companies on various business related questions. We pursue the goal of achieving social and ecological impact and thus to integrate sustainability more deeply into the economy. Management Consulting is our means of success. UniPoly UniPoly is the student association for sustainability at UNIL and EPFL. Students, companies, public authorities and associations have the responsibility to ensure that our resources are used in a sustainable way, that allows future generations to enjoy a living standard similar to ours. Bythinking globally and acting locally through multiple projects, we can have a positive impact on our environment and society. Student Sustainability Commission The Student Sustainability Commission (SSC, formerly known as [project 21] respectively WeAct Students) is the sustainability commission of VSETH and the place to go for student organised action for more sustainability at ETH Zurich. Enviroswiss Enviroswiss is an association of environmentally interested students and is unique in its form. On one hand, the annual event brings together like-minded students from all over Switzerland; on the other hand, the association has an annually changing organisation committee, which allows a new team of students to deal with the organization the event. In doing so, the students learn methodological competencies that they are not confronted with in normal student life and thus benefit for their future professional life.In addition, they deal intensively with the topic in the planning and implementation of the event in order to offer the participating students an informative, constructive, interesting and ultimately also sustainable event. The participating students can devote a whole weekend to a topic that interests them and also get to know professionals who may be important for their future careers. Both the participants and the organizing students have in-depth insight into a topic, which ultimately helps them to argue in society and make it aware of the problem.