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LUMES students take on real world sustainability problems

In LUMES, LUCSUS international master programme in environmental studies and sustainability science, students take on real world sustainability problems in their course module, Knowledge-to-Action. This year, 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.
Students from LUMES Batch 22 showcasing their Knowledge-to-Action projects.
Students from LUMES Batch 22 showcasing their Knowledge-to-Action projects.

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