TUM Green Office Weihenstephan

The Green Office Weihenstephan is a student sustainability office – a joint project of the TUM Sustainability Office and the TUM School of Life Sciences. After the Green Office Straubing, it is already the second of its kind at TUM.

What the Green Office does

The TUM Green Office Weihenstephan is the central contact point for sustainability at the Weihenstephan campus. As ambassadors and advocates for sustainability, we specify the TUM sustainability strategy and implement it on site. We initiate, support and realize projects to build a community and make our campus more sustainable.

The activities of the Green Office focus on:

  • providing information about & raising awareness of sustainability,
  • building a network to connect all collaborators, actors and stakeholders,
  • promoting and supporting education for sustainable development,
  • supporting the campus development towards a Living Lab for sustainability by linking research and teaching.
  • organizing the TUM Sustainability Day

Who we are

With special support by Prof. Dr. Hanno Schäfer (Professor for Plant Biodiversity Research) and Prof. Dr. Monika Egerer (Professor for Urban Productive Ecosystems).

Get in touch with us for:

  • Questions and suggestions on the topic of sustainability at the university
  • Support for ideas, projects and events
  • Opportunities for engagement in the area of sustainability

Beyond our own ideas and projects, we are always grateful and open for impulses and inspiration from you students or employees on campus.

Where you will find us

TUM Green Office Weihenstephan
Building 4277 Room 2.0 Ground floor 1
Hans-Carl-von-Carlowitz-Platz 2
85354 Freising

Office hours:
Mon: 10 am - 4 pm
Tue: 10 am - 5 pm
Thu: 9 am - 1 pm
and by arrangement

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