More food need to be locally produced to tackle the sustainability challenges. But how to grow food in a small area in the city? The Campus Gotland Kitchen Garden is located just outside the main entrance and open to everyone.

Rent a plot

Now we are looking for students and staff members who want to “rent” a piece of the garden for free during the coming season. How big or small is up to you. Grow your favourite veggies together with your friends. Campus Gotland will provide with seeds, tools and other equipment to support your garden project.

Sounds interesting? Contact Leoni Paul or join the group Campus Gotland Kitchen Garden on Facebook

B51 Äutsikten

We are building Sweden’s first climate-neutral lecture hall. The renovation of hall B51, with the new name Äutsikten, is one initiative to reduce our carbon footprint. Read more about the project here

The section EnVis

Are you a member of the union and interested in sustainability issues? Then you should join the EnVis section that is part of the student union Rindi. Here, students in the environmentally oriented programs gather on campus, but all union members are welcome to join.


EnVis facebook page
EnVis facebook group

Food Rescue Gotland

Food Rescue Gotland is a non-profit organization initiated by students at Uppsala University Campus Gotland, with the mission of increasing food access and decreasing waste. Join their weekly food rescue events on Mondays and Thursdays.

Food Rescue Gotland on Facebook

We are recycling

Reduce your waste and maximise the reuse of materials by using one of our 17 recycle stations at Campus.


Do you want to get in contact with someone who works with sustainability at Campus Gotland?

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Last modified: 2022-05-20