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Student conference on sustainability, the environment and climate technology.



Content Welcome.....................................................................................................................................................................4 Find your way around..............................................................................................................................................6 Programme................................................................................................................................................................7 Peter & Krüger..........................................................................................................................................................8 Green Challenge got the ball rolling................................................................................................................... 12 Start-ups can become the superstars of the climate battle..........................................................................16 Sustainable Development Goals......................................................................................................................... 22 Universities that have participated in Green Challenge................................................................................ 24 Assessment criteria.............................................................................................................................................. 26 Judging panels 2018............................................................................................................................................. 27 Climate Cards – the Gathering............................................................................................................................. 28

LUNCH: TIME: FROM 12.35 TO 13.35 PLACE: 1ST FLOOR - DTU LIBRARY MENU: SANDWICH

BBQ: TIME: FROM 17.30 PLACE: GRØNNEGÅRDEN MENU: BURGER CHICKEN BREAST FILET GRILLED SAUSAGE MIXED SALAD VEGETARIAN ALTERNATIVES WILL BE AVAILABLE BEER OR SOFT DRINKS

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Welcome Dear participant, Sustainability is one of the key drivers for innovation and together they constitute a potent platform for turning ideas into business solutions, which can change the global market towards a sustainable future. Companies need to develop sustainable operations. Engineers are becoming increasingly important in contributing to designing sustainable products and services. They play an active role in bridging the gap between innovative ideas and sustainable development strategies. The focus needs to be on sustainable solutions rather than only on the problems. Green Challenge is a student conference, which embraces that agenda and the specific mindset it requires. At DTU we take our commitments very seriously which is why the university incorporates sustainability, environmental issues, and climate technology as fundamental aspects in all of our engineering programmes and our research. Universities engaging in research on sustainable solutions often collaborate with other universities from around the world. This is why DTU invites students from international universities to take part in Green Challenge. Innovative students DTU students work alongside their colleagues from some of the esteemed partner universities of DTU. DTU has an international and innovative campus that is open to the world.

Marianne Thellersen Senior Vice President - Innovation and Entrepreneurship Member of Green Challenge executive committee

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Dear participant, Welcome to DTU and to the Green Challenge (GRĂ˜N DYST) Student Conference 2018. Climate change, deteriorating ecosystems, decreasing biodiversity, poverty, and a continuously growing population are among the global challenges that may have catastrophic implications for humanity. To reverse this development the world needs new and innovative technical solutions, and creative engineers who will play a pivotal role in the transition towards a sustainable society. At DTU we are committed to incorporate sustainability, environmental issues, and climate technology as fundamental aspects in all of our engineering programmes and our research. The Green Challenge Student Conference is an annual and unique opportunity for participating students to present their projects to their peers and professors as well as invited guest and DTU alumni. Green Challenge has incorporated the UN Sustainable Development Goals when categorizing the projects. The Sustainable Development Goals are a global call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. We are delighted that Former Minister for the Environment in Denmark and now member of the Danish Parliament Kirsten Brosbøl has agreed to open the Green Challenge student conference 2018. Welcome to a day of discovery and eye-opening sustainable solutions.

Martin E. Vigild Senoir Vice President Dean of Undergraduate Studies and Student Affairs, Chairman of Green Challenge executive committee

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10.00: Welcome by Kirsten Brosbøl, member of Danish Parliament and president of the Danish Parliament’s SDG network

13.35: Judging the projects

PROGRAMME

9.30 – 10.00: Registration

10.45: Judging the projects

12.35: Lunch

15.20: Deliberation of the projects

15.45: Entertainment by stand-up comedian Lasse Rimmer

16.15: Flemming Besenbacher, president of the Carlsberg Foundation

17.30: BBQ and concert in Grønnegården with Danish jazzband Mads Kjølby Trio with singer Sidsel Storm

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PETER & By Mette M. Christensen


Peter won first prize at Green Challenge 2017 with his Green Treatment of Black Water project. The prize was one of the drivers for his success. Read about Peter’s journey toward realising his sustainable product below.

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Origins We turn the clock back 365 days, to Green Challenge 2017. Peter Alexander Stentoft is standing on the podium. He has a cheque in his hand and a huge smile on his face. He has just won first prize for his Green Treatment of Black Water project. But Peter’s path to success did not start on the podium. It goes further back—to when he first had the idea. “It all started with a job as a student assistant at Krüger, almost two years ago. I worked with a variety of things, but one of them was software development. It was here that I got the idea for the software program that would go on to win Green Challenge.”

The Idea The software program is intended for sewage treatment systems around the world that operate continuously and use a lot of unnecessary electricity. Based on statistics and calculations, the software can plan when the plant needs to treat the water.

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You can then push the energy consumption to times when the wind is strongest. “I had a case study in Nørre Snede where I used their data and ran some simulations. The software also ran online for 30 hours in total. I found that they could save about 25% of their electricity consumption.”

Round 2 We put the clock forward slightly again. To about six months after Peter’s victory in Green Challenge 2017. Peter is now standing on a podium just outside Paris, where once again he has a prize in his hand and a huge smile on his face. Peter has just reached the next stop on his path to success. He has won the Veolia competition with the same project. “Veolia owns Krüger. Their competition is for anyone who has written a thesis with a focus on Veolia’s business areas — water, waste, and energy.”


WANT TO KNOW MORE? Name: Peter Alexander Stentoft Education: MSc in Environmental Engineering with electives at Compute Project: Green Treatment of Black Water Contact: past@dtu.dk

Attracting attention Peter is currently based at Krüger, with an industrial PhD and two awards under his belt. We asked him to reflect on the steps he has taken so far on his path to success. “The competition prizes have brought the project to Krüger’s attention. This is great, because hopefully Krüger will invest in it so it is developed into a commercial product. It has helped get the project to where it is now.”

is important that we use this. My dream is on its way to becoming reality.” Peter’s journey has been long, but each step has taken him closer to realizing his sustainable dream. Green Challenge was the launch pad for Peter’s vision.

The Dream But Peter has no time to reflect on his previous victories, as he is already taking the next step on the path. Peter will spend the next three years at Krüger, turning his dream into reality. “I’m definitely a step closer to realizing my dream. My dream is for the product to be refined, and to be run at as many sewage plants as possible. Especially now, as a lot of green energy is being added to the energy systems. It

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GREEN CHALLENGE By Casper Christophersen

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During his time as a student at DTU, Andreas Aabo has won multiple international awards, started a small consulting firm, studied on three continents, published two papers and, received the management consulting firm McKinsey’s Pioneering Minds award. It all started with him winning third place in Green Challenge.

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When Andreas Aabo was nearing the end of his master’s thesis, he began to take a look back at all the different activities he had pursued at DTU alongside his studies. “I started thinking about how it all began,” says Andreas, “and I realized it was when I won third place in Green Challenge. That set off a chain of events where one thing led to the next. Like in a video game, each level gave me new opportunities and showed me new ideas to pursue.”

Drawn into the start-up environment In 2013, Andreas participated in Green Challenge with a project on a new type of coding for refrigerated containers. The project won third place, and it also opened Andreas’s eyes to entrepreneurship. “After Green Challenge 2013, I became fascinated by the entrepreneurial world, so I applied to become one of the select few students who represent DTU each year at an entrepreneurial summit in Korea. To my surprise, I was chosen, and I suspect Green Challenge was the reason why, as I had very few other relevant accomplishments at the time.”

Getting the ball rolling During the summit in Korea, Andreas joined a group exploring a new type of self-healing asphalt. After returning to Denmark, he continued to work on the project, was offered funding and, in 2015, participated in Green Challenge again. This time, he won first place. “The thing is, once Green Challenge had opened the door to the entrepreneurial world, there was really no going back, as I had begun to get involved in multiple start-up projects.” One such project was based on his bachelor’s thesis, for which he created a board game for educating so called distance mangers, who has employees placed in other countries. After completing his thesis, he started a small consulting firm to further develop that game and other educational games. He was hired by the DTU Learning Lab to produce a game for educating DTU professors in value-based teaching. Also, he won an American game design award and received the Certificate of

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Excellence for Outstanding Performance at DTU’s partner university in Korea. Then, last December, he received McKinsey’s Pioneering Minds award.

Doing it for fun and interest Andreas has now graduated and is looking for his next big adventure. Reflecting back, he highly recommends getting involved in the entrepreneurial world and Green Challenge. “Entrepreneurial competitions such as Green Challenge are a risk-free laboratory for your ideas, like playing a game in sandbox mode. You can develop your abilities and ideas without real-world consequences. Okay, so sometimes you get a verbal flogging from the jury, which can give you a third-degree psychological burn, but that’s not the norm. Usually, it is a lot of fun because you get the opportunity to become interested and invested in something you never would have thought you could grow a passion for. You have limited time as a student, but this awesome opportunity gives you freedom. It gives you time to explore the potential of your weird and crazy ideas—so use it wisely!”

ANDREAS’ ADVICE: How to win Green Challenge GO THE EXTRA MILE! You win if your project is better than your competitors’, so make your project remarkable in every category of the judges’ assessment criteria. Give it 110% devotion and passion! Make sure your project: 1. Is well structured and clearly communicated 2. Has a positive environmental impact 3. Is realistic 4. Is visionary and innovative


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Start-ups can become the superstars of the climate battle While political solutions to the climate crisis drag on, innovation, start-ups, and entrepreneurship have taken a leading role in the green transition. DTU Skylab is one of the places where DTU students can get assistance in moving CO2 savings off the spreadsheet and into the atmosphere. “Our world is now in the early stages of a sustainability revolution ... that has the speed of the digital revolution. Those of you who are building exciting new businesses can have much more influence than practically anybody else.” These were Al Gore’s words at the Web Summit technology conference in Lisbon in late 2017, and his message was clear: The world needs innovative new companies that make a business out of solving climate problems.

Sustainable entrepreneurship What Al Gore seeks has long been unfolding in the business world, and is often referred to as sustainable entrepreneurship. Sustainability and social responsibility are moving from being the glitter on the business strategy, to being the heart of it. Start-ups, entrepreneurs, and innovation are playing a key

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role in this area. While most people can see that the world will undergo dramatic changes in the future, it often requires completely new ideas, products, and business models to turn these changes into a profitable business.

Green transition requires sustainable businesses DTU Skylab helps students at DTU to realize their projects — both green and otherwise ­and have really great premises. Kristoffer Buch is a start-up coach at Skylab. He agrees that the climate needs green companies. “If you want a green transition, entrepreneurship is one of the key elements. We need the ideas and technologies from agile startups that can scale to companies that can mature, launch, distribute, and service these products and services on a market,”


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he says, as he stands surrounded by equations on whiteboards in one of Skylab’s conference rooms. He urges all Green Challenge participants who are budding entrepreneurs to try it out. “Have you identified a problem that needs to be solved? Have you taken a step on the path towards a good solution? And do you want to create something yourself? Then come to us and we’ll help you!”

Nordic Algea aims to make seaweed into a green business Skylab offers everything from business development coaching and advice on accounting and patent law, to help, materials and facilities to build prototypes. One of start-ups that has taken

advantage of these services is Nordic Algae. The idea behind the company is to create a new growing and harvesting method for seaweed that is more effective and gives greater yield. The company was started by three students who received first prize for their idea in the 2016 Green Challenge. They are currently working full-time through an entrepreneurial internship to turn the idea into reality. Oskar Schmeltzer, one of the three founders, notes that sustainable entrepreneurship offers a perfect combination: “I’ve always wanted to start my own company. But it has also been a big dream to create something that’s good for the planet. If we can scale up seaweed production so we can create more food products, help the seas, reduce CO2, and make a business out of it, that would be fantastic.”

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Sustainable Development Goals Engineers play an essential role in ensuring sustainable development. Engineers can and must continue contributing towards developing technological solutions and address global challenges. United Nation has on September 25th 2015 adopted 17 goals to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all as part

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of a new global and sustainable development agenda. Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years. The 17 Sustainable Development Goals are now incorporated in the framework of Green Challenge, because Green Challenge needs to address global Challenges. Read about each of the 17 SDGs on United Nations website: www.un.org

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Norwegian University of Science and Technology

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Copenhagen Business School University of Bremen Delft University of Leeds

Lancaster University

University of East Anglia

University of British Columbia

John Hopkins University Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Ivey Business School

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

University of Nottingham Ningbo China

Nanyang Technological University Singapore

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Assessment criteria All projects for the Green Challenge student conference are assessed according to the same criteria. The following criteria will be used by the judging panels when assessing the projects. The projects are solely assessed in relation to other projects in the same category. Is the project well-structured and clearly communicated? Is there a clear thread running throughout the presentation, does the presentation stay within the allotted time frame, is there cohesion between the visual and oral presentation and is the message clear. To what extent is the sustainable part of the project made probable? Does the project demonstrate the extent of the environmental benefit? Is the environmental benefit high? Does the project contribute to social and/or economic sustanability issues? To what extent is the project technically applicable and likely to be realized? Is the project realizable and can it be implemented within a reasonable time frame? How probable is it that the technology can be applied in the desired manner? To what extent is it visionary and/or innovative? Is the project innovative? Are the findings surprising?

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Panel 1 Erik R. Gregersen Member of the Regional Council Socialdemokratiet Henrik Poulsen Director INSERO Henning Skriver Study Board Chairman DTU Space Kaj Bjarne Jakobsen Head of Studies DTU Electro Maren Gunnarsdottir DTU Ambassador at IBM

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Jacob Wøhler Jørgensen Member of the local council in Ballerup, Venstre

Mette Hjermind Dencker Member of Parliament Dansk Folkeparti

John Buur Christiansen CEO BIOFOS

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Judging panels 2018 Morten Mogensen Head of department, Senior Consultant BIIR ApS

Britta L. Nissen Head of CPH Asset Management CPH Airport

Per Holten Andersen President CBS

Mads Peter Schreiber Head of Studies, DTU Diplom

Henrik Wessing Head of Studies DTU Fotonik

Anker Degn Jensen Study Board Chairman DTU Chemical Engineering

Lars Holm Chairman of Polyteknisk Forening DTU

Simon Lundorf Boardmember of Polyteknisk Forening DTU

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Climate Cards – the Gathering For decades the powerful force of the Naysayers has had the world in its grip. The Naysayers have convinced everybody that ­climate change is going to be an apocalyptic end of everything we know and love. Even though we understand it and know how to fix it, they tell us there is nothing we can do about it. But now a new force has awakened. The force of the Yaysayers. The Yaysayers insist on dreaming of a better future and trying to engineer those dreams. But if they want to stop global warming and save the world they must defeat the Naysayers and show the world that a better future is possible.

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Magnus Von Dreiager Member of the local council in Lyngby-Taarbæk Det Konservative Folkeparti

Bjarne Rasmussen Member of the local council in Ballerup Socialdemokratiet

Sigurd Agersnap Member of the local council in Lyngby-Taarbæk Socialistisk Folkeparti

Jacob Kragh Andersen Process Engineer Envidan

Anne Kathrine Bojesen Uddannelsespolitik chefkonsulent Ingeniørforeningen IDA

Maria Katja Jensen Enviromental Officer Haderslev Kommune

Lars-Ulrik Aaen Andersen Head of Department DTU Fotonik

Lars D. Christoffersen Head of Department DTU Diplom

Thomas Højlund Christensen Head of Department DTU Enviroment

Per Goltermann Study Board Chairman DTU Civil Engineering

Jan Martinussen Study Board Chairman DTU Bioengineering

Jørgen Knoop Head of Studies DTU Diplom

Kathrine Rasmussen Student Former winner GRØN DYST

Tor Noema Nørgaard Boardmember of Polyteknisk Forening DTU

Jesper Kirkegård Student Former winner GRØN DYST

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Line Ervolder Member of the Regional Council Det Konservative Folkeparti

Tormod Olsen Member of the Regional Council Enhedslisten

Christine Dal Member of the Regional Council Venstre

Maria Skou Head of department - international relations and product development Dansk Standard

Anette Nørgaard Nordic Startup Lead Microsoft

Anna-Mette Monnelly Bæredygtighedschef NCC

Jens-Peter Lynov Head of Department DTU Nutech

Bjarke Bak Christensen Head of Department DTU Bioengineering

Hans Nørgaard Hansen Head of Department DTU Mechanical Engineering

Luise Theil Kuhn Head of Studies DTU Energy

Henrik Lehrmann Christiansen Head of Studies DTU Fotonik

Monica Garcia Associate Professor DTU Environment

Sarah Rurup Petersen Boardmember of Polyteknisk Forening DTU

Aleksander Moldt Haack Student Former winner GRØN DYST

Andreas Schandorph Madsen Student Former winner GRØN DYST

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Özkan Kocak Member of the Regional Council Socialdemokratiet

Peter Westermann Member of the Regional Council Socialistisk Folkeparti

Ali Abbasi Member of the local council in Ballerup Enhedslisten

Jesper Hyldig CEO FFH-it Aps

Peter Johansen Founder Jomitek

Jan B Lillelund CTO, Executive Architect IBM

Søren Linderoth Head of Department DTU Energi

Per Dannemand Andersen Head of Department DTU Management Engineering

Peter Hauge Madsen Head of Department DTU Wind

Stig Wedel Head of Studies DTU Chemical Engineering

Per Bækgaard Head of Studies DTU Compute

Lars Dittmann Study Board Chairman DTU Fotonik

Rasmus Korslund Schlander Student Former winner GRØN DYST

Nicolas Dandanell Student Former winner GRØN DYST

Josephine Werner Student Former winner GRØN DYST

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Bruno Jerup Member of the Regional Council Enhedslisten

Line Kolling Management consultant McKinsey & Company

John Finnich Pedersen Communication Director Firstmind

Otto L. Frederiksen Cand.merc Otto Mønsted

Peter Normann Vangsbo Nordic Business Developer Climate KIC

Jesper Lomborg Manigoff Sr. Director of Software Engineering 3Shape

Erling Halfdan Stenby Head of Department DTU Chemistry

Jane Hvolbæk Nielsen Head of Department DTU Physics

Steve Ahn (Sung Tae) Director KAIST

Jens Christian Andersen Study Board Chairman DTU Electro

Sara Grex Head of Studies DTU Diplom

Morten Borup Head of Studies DTU Environment

Kristoffer Jakobsen Student Former winner GRØN DYST

Asbjørn Høj Christensen Student Former winner GRØN DYST

Mareva Simon DTU SDG-ambassador

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John Åge Lazar CEO Betech A/S

Liv Kartvedt Lyskjær Architect Emcon a/s

Morten Andersson Member of the local council in Ballerup Socialdemokratiet

Johanna Englev Lassen CEO Nordic designers

Jaime Palomino Innovation & Digital Innovation Consultant INSERO

Morten Osted Partner Mio Management

William Smedick Director of the Academic Leadership Education Program Johns Hopkins University

Terrence Yee Hong Kong University of Technology

Michael A. E. Andersen Professor and Deputy Head of Department DTU Electro

Zhe Zhang Head of Studies DTU Electro

Taeseong Kim Head of Studies DTU Wind

Torben Knudby Head of Studies DTU Diplom

Laura Astier DTU SDG-ambassador

João Antonio Basso Rezende DTU SDG-ambassador

Jens Moll-Elsborg Student Former winner GRØN DYST

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Nina Movin CEO Otto Mønsted

Michael Nielsen co-founder and partner ForNAV

Christoffer Buster Reinhardt Member of the Regional Council Det Konservative Folkeparti

Anne-Lise Høgh Lejre Direktør Teknologisk Institut, Division for Produktion

Henrik Toft Transformation Architect, CTO IBM

Anne Lise Middelboe R&D Manager DHI

Dr. Les Lavkulic Director of Global Resources Systems The University of British Columbia

Dénes Csala Lecturer Lancaster University

Emmy Arts Head of International Relations Office Ecole Centrale de Marseille

Stig Irving Olsen Study Board Chairman DTU Management Engineering

Erik Vilain Thomsen Study Board Chairman DTU Nanotech

Lotte Bjerregaard Jensen Head of Studies DTU Civil Engineering

Dariusz Allan DTU SDG-ambassador

Mette Torsbjerg Møller DTU SDG-ambassador

Amalie Avnborg Member of the Academic Committee

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Jens Mandrup Rasmussen Member of the Regional Council Socialistisk Folkeparti

Kåre Harder Olesen Deputy Mayor of the local council in Ballerup Venstre

Mikael Schrøder Mentor METRO-Schrøder foundation

Niels Degn Senior Vice President Foss

Peter Kjeldsen Study Board Chairman DTU Environment

Lasse Engbo Christiansen Study Board Chairman DTU Compute

Poul Andersen Head of Studies DTU Mechanical Engineering

Hanne Seidler Jacobsen Specialkonsulent DTU Food

Anna Sidse Deleuran Boardmember of Polyteknisk Forening DTU

Rasmus H. Sørensen Student Former winner GRØN DYST

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Pernille Schnoor Member of Parliament Alternativet

Mads Fuglede Member of Parliament Venstre

Thomas Damkjær Petersen Formand Ingeniørforeningen IDA

Frank Brodersen Senior Vicepresident, Partnership & Environment Hofor Renata van der Weijden Senior Researcher ETE Wageningen University

Anne Hauch Study Board Chairman DTU Energy

Christian Danvad Damsgaard Head of Studies DTU Physics

Helge Bjarup Dissing Sørensen Head of Studies DTU Electro

Daniela Christina Antelmi Pigosso Head of Studies DTU Mechanical Engineering

Christian Victor Brabrand Boardmember of Polyteknisk Forening DTU

Adam Ørbæk Sommer Boardmember of Polyteknisk Forening DTU

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Editor: Bente Rasmussen Journalists: Casper Christophersen Mette Marie Christensen Design and production: Jessica Di Nota Jonas Doctor Step – Move your brand Photos: Carsten Broder Hansen Colourbox Mikal Schlosser Stamers Kontor

The event is sponsored by:

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Sustainability and climate change are high on the global agenda. Engineers play a central part in a sustainable development of society. Engineers from DTU can and must continue to contribute to the development of technological solutions that respond to the global challenges. Therefore DTU has initiated GRĂ˜N DYST.

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