A sustainable environment
Wageningen Campus inspires innovators to work on a sustainable future by providing a highly sustainable work-environment, which is already 80% climate neutral. For example, buildings are constructed and maintained according to high sustainability targets. Most buildings on campus are heated and cooled with Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage that stores heat and cold between seasons. Waste is separated in up to fifteen different flows and organic waste is used again as compost on the campus itself. The campus actually generates more renewable energy than it uses.
All organizations on the campus consider sustainability to be of paramount importance.
Art, nature and science route
Wageningen University & Research has always been interested in and committed to the visual arts. Art and science, both curiosity-driven, can reinforce and inspire each other!
Discover the artworks on Campus
In the past, a new work of art was placed at the opening of a new building, this tradition is still continued. With the concentration of education and research on Wageningen Campus, many of the works have been moved to the campus. The artworks usually have a common ground with the domain of Wageningen University & Research. But also works of art commemorating a specific event can be found on Wageningen Campus.
Walk the WUR G.O. Protein Transition Campus Tour
Do we have enough protein to feed the growing world population in 2050? And what will actually be on our plates? Learn more about our activities related to the protein transition in the WUR G.O. campus tour! Open the WUR G.O. app, discover solutions to the challenges that lie ahead and experience the campus in a special, fun way.
Wageningen Campus, a green oases
Wageningen Campus does not only focus on sustainability and circularity, but also offers a green environment with beautiful water features where students, employees and visitors can relax. The grasslands, hedges and wooded areas on the campus are not only a green oasis of tranquility, but are also part of ecological corridors that support the migration, reproduction and development of flora and fauna. Enjoy all that green!