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 the environmental footprint of your lab. As the ecological footprint of a researcher’s lab work is typically 3-10 times greater than the footprint of their life outside the lab, this is a crucial point to adress! Touching on the subjects of plastic use, water use, energy consumption, and consumables, Nikoline gives an eye-opening, fact-rich and hands-on presentation on what can be done to reduce the impact of bioscience labs. We hope you enjoy!

This webinar took place on the 28th of September 2020.


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