The short film prize at the NaturVision film festival is awarded by the Audi Foundation for the Environment. The aim: to convey environmental education.
The Audi Environmental Foundation rewards outstanding graduates in the field of Sustainable Resource Management at the TU Munich with the SRM Award.
Active for a future worth living. The tenth anniversary of the foundation was marked by innovative projects for sustainability and environmental protection.
Sustainability summit | Young visionaries develop sustainability strategies & define development goals | Audi Environmental Foundation
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The term plogging combines the Swedish word “plocka upp” (=pick up) and “jogging.” Jogging and collecting trash. The Audi Environmental Foundation regularly organizes such cleanups.
Plastic waste is a major problem worldwide. At a film evening, the Audi Environmental Foundation is discussing about plastic pollution and plastic recycling ideas.
Carry out your own environmental project together with the Foundation. Do you have a project, in which you advance environmental technologies and make them come alive? Apply now!
Playful and multimedia-based - this is the best way to convey even more complex content. The Audi Environmental Foundation supports the Steigerwald Centre for Forest Education with such exhibits.
Cultural landscape does not exclude species protection! This is the objective of the innovative environmental education project, which was developed over 4 years.
The Jackdaw was once strongly represented in Bavaria – in the meantime, however, its populations are under serious threat. With the support of the Audi Environmental Foundation, this trend is now to be reversed.
“What is bionics?”, “What does a maple seed have in common with a helicopter?” and “What should the future means of transportation be?” - the participants have been tackling these and similar questions in the school competition run by the Audi Environmental Foundation in collaboration with the internet platform wissen.de.
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