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Working together for a sustainable future

In the project UniNEtZ, scientists and artists from 23 partner institutions have joined together to present options on how the UN Sustainable Development Goals may be implemented.


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UniNEtZ Options Report:

150 options for sustainable development in Austria from the perspective of UniNEtZ


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UniNEtZ- Policy Statement

In the second project phase, the main focus of UniNEtZ is on making contributions to the transformation of society toward sustainability. In order for universities to credibly live up to this claim of being pathfinders of societal transformation, they must first undergo a transformation process themselves.


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UniNEtZ Reflection on the Ukraine Crisis:

No sustainable development without peace, no peace without sustainable development

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Safer Cities – Safer Public Spaces in Austria

  • Location: Ilse-Wallentin-Haus, Peter-Jordan-Straße 82, 1190 Wien
  • Date: 27.11.2023, 16:00

As part of the UN action "Orange the World", the 16 Days against Violence against Women, UN Women Austria in cooperation with the BOKU Coordination Office for Gender Equality, Diversity and Disability and with the support of UniNEtZ invites you to the panel discussion Safer Cities - Safer Public Spaces in Austria. More Information may be found here.


Geht es dem Menschen gut, geht es Österreich gut Icon all SD Gs

Meike Bukowski, Friedrich Hinterberger, Maciej Palucki & Ulrike Payerhofer

Reflexion 2022 SDG 1-17

Im Oktober 2021 konnte eine UniNEtZ-Artikelserie in "Die Presse" realisiert werden. Dabei verfassten die Autor_innen des Teils "Von den Optionen zur Transformation" insgesamt acht Gastkommentare und machten damit zentrale Erkenntnisse des Projekts zur Umsetzung der Agenda 2030 in Österreich einer breiten Öffentlichkeit zugänglich. Die Beiträge sind im Zeitraum von Ende Oktober bis Ende Dezember 2021 erschienen.


Health, Tourism and Climate

  • Location: Bad Gleichenberg
  • Date: 10. – 13.10.2023

The conference brings together some of the TOP researchers:in the field of climate change and tourism, such as Daniel Scott, Susanne Becken and Paul Peeters, but also in the field of climate, health and tourism. More information may be found here.

»It is too late for pessimism. We cannot afford pessimism, because it paralyzes. It is about actively working to make a change.«

Helga Kromp-Kolb (UniNEtZ-Steering Committee)


Students in UniNEtZ

You are interested in sustainability and would like to work in an academic context for the socio-ecological transformation of Austria and its universities? Then join UniNEtZ!



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The association forum n, which operates throughout Austria, networks students and student initiatives that are committed to sustainability at their universities. It has been involved in UniNEtZ and represents the student perspective. Since 2022, the association has also taken over the sponsorship of the priority area IV. More


Parliamentary Cooperation

In order to advance the transformation of our society, the transdisciplinary dialogue with political actors is central. The cooperation on the 2030 Agenda with the Austrian Parliament, which started in September 2022, offers an effective platform to further advance this dialogue.

These SDGs have already been in parliament: SDG 14SDG 9SDG 16 SDG 5 SDG 11 SDG 13

Heard already?


Meanwhile, there are numerous podcasts that inform about the SDGs & that deal with the implementation of the SDGs in Austria as well as globally. We have therefore compiled a selection. Enjoy listening!