Self-care the Sustainable Way As a young teen, I was obsessed with buying new and cheap self-care products. Of course, the market never disappointed, with new products rolling in almost daily. Being older, and (hopefully) wiser now, I understand how detrimental the environmental impacts of fast-moving consumer goods can be. […]
Wearing Sustainable With the fashion industry being one of the most successful and easily accessible to its consumers, it can be quite enticing to occasionally splurge on something trendy. Especially now that multiple big apparel companies have started to adapt the sustainable label on some of their items. Admittedly, most […]
Green Talk : Honoring the unsung heroes from the fight against plastic pollution The Green Office Wageningen successfully conducted the first circularity talk on Thursday, November 4th 2021, at the Impulse building, WUR. This talk centred on the recycling problem in developing countries and the role of informal and independent […]
Eating seasonal: Fall Fruit Guide Autumn has started so our seasonal food guide is back! Last year we highlighted the autumn veggies, so this time we will help you find fruits that are in season. Seasonal eating will reduce the environmental impact of the food you eat, because seasonally grown […]
Sustainability on campus: ATES The academic year has started, and the sustainability blog is back! As a continuation of our last post of the Wageningen Sustainability Guide, we want to dive a little deeper into sustainability on campus, with special attention to the new Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES). The […]
Wageningen Sustainability Guide is a guidebook to help you to navigate your new life in Wageningen sustainably. We will provide you with practical advice and ideas to implement sustainability and eco-friendly actions in your daily life on and off-campus.