Green Alsion Podcast


We met up with with Katharina Rubahn, a member of the Green Alsion initiative, to discuss about PAND’s Sustainability Working Group and the Green Lab Webinar we hosted last year.

Green Alsion is a public site in Southern Denmark where hands-on sustainability iniatives are being tested and implemented. The large carbon footprint offsets made possible by greener labs is something which resonates deeply with initiatives such as Green Alsion, which try to implement new solutions and approaches on a local scale.

Tune in to hear about the importance of inter-university collaboration, bottom-up initiatives and multidisciplinary coordination, and what role PAND can play in this. 

Listen to podcast here


And as always, don’t hesitate to get in touch if you feel inspired!




28th October 2020
Statement on PhDs help fund
Statement on PhDs' help fund Last night, the government and several political parties agreed to a DKK 18 million fund for PhD students to finance extensions for delayed researchers.   At the PhD Association...
25th October 2020
Green Lab Webinar
For this webinar we were lucky to welcome Nikoline Borgermann, founder of Ava Sustain with many years of experience working in bioscience labs, to talk about practical initiatives to reduce...
12th February 2019
First PAND Survey: PhD student’s working conditions
Help us understand the working conditions of PhD students in Denmark by participating in our first survey, PhD students’ working conditions. For the first time in Denmark, PhD students are...