The Audi Environmental Foundation and Audi do Brasil support the NGO Litro de Luz Brasil, which aims to give people in remote areas without electricity access to solar lighting. The project in the Amazon region, scheduled to start in the second quarter of 2022, will equip three villages with solar-powered lamp posts and hand lamps, thus improving people's quality of life.
The Audi Environmental Foundation rewards outstanding graduates in the field of Sustainable Resource Management at the TU Munich with the SRM Award.
Audi Taiwan has been promoting the Audi Innovation Award since 2018. At the 2021 competition, the Audi Environmental Foundation was part of the jury for the first time.
Green power: Used laptop batteries become mobile power storages – Audi Environmental Foundation supports second-life battery research of start-up Nunam.
Together for a Sustainable Future. Young Leaders actively help shape a positive and future-oriented change at the One Young World Summit. The Audi Environmental Foundation supports collaborative engagement for environment and sustainability.
For the first time, the Audi Environmental Foundation together with the Technical University of Ingolstadt (THI) has been promoting a sustainability award. The prize rewards the best thesis in this field with 1,000 euro. In this way, the foundation wants to promote young scientists at the Ingolstadt site.
For the first time, the Audi Environmental Foundation is issuing a challenge for the worldwide marathon of ideas on innovations of climate protection in our cities.
Measuring an orchard meadows with drones - Audi Environmental Foundation supports innovative project using citizen science, big data and pattern recognition to preserve biodiversity.
Going on a journey of discovery with the honeybee Pauline - now it’s possible in the Markus Wasmeier open-air museum Schliersee. For several years now, we and our project partner have been committed to bringing the fascinating world of bees closer to young and old. Have a look too!
What is the best way to keep global warming below the two degrees increase by the year 2100? That’s a difficult job to do. Around 300 pupils in Ingolstadt and the surrounding area took on this demanding task and simulated a real UN climate conference.
For the second time we are participating in the GREENTECH FESTIVAL, a trade fair about green technologies and sustainable lifestyle.
We have all probably eaten algae at some point – wrapped around maki sushi or used as a thickening agent in instant meals. Algae, and microalgae in particular, have also been cultivated at the industrial level since the 1950s with the aim of preserving natural raw materials for a variety of areas of application.
The Greentech Festival took place in Berlin for the second time from September 16 to 18. Within the festival, the Audi Environmental Foundation could present some of its Greenovation projects.