Where do the ingredients for your chocolate, smartphone and clothes come from?

The Department of Communications of the University asked Dr. Jorge Gonzales from the Center for Development Research about it.

Green Learning Workshop opened in the Botanic Gardens

It is set to run age-appropriate programs that will enable children to discover the diversity of plant life in a fun way and embark on their own research projects.

CO2 Labels at the “Mensa im Hofgarten”

“How big an environmental footprint does our food actually have?"

Sustainable Building on the Endenich Campus

Sustainability is a key priority in the construction of the new Pharmaceutical Institute building on the Endenich Campus

University of Bonn Study Shows: We Need to Eat Less Meat!

A study by the Center for Development Research (ZEF) at the University of Bonn has shown that people in industrialized countries need to eat at least 75 percent less meat if the planet is to be able to continue feeding its population in the future.

Reduce Waste, Recycle Batteries

Centralized collection is one of the best ways to ensure that batteries are recycled properly. Used batteries contain valuable raw materials such as iron, zinc, manganese, and nickel.

Experimental Wiesengut Farm Receives Naturland Re-Certification

The University's experimental farm, known as Wiesengut, complies with both the strict Naturland organic guidelines as well as the EU ordinance on organic agriculture.

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