AaltoSDG mobile application is closing by the end of the year 2021

The AaltoSDG mobile application is closing - we welcome feedback and ideas from users for new openings!

The deliberate shutdown of the AaltoSDG application has been decided to be done by the end of 2021, as the application does no longer reach and activate our community and stakeholders in the way we hope, with communication remaining mostly one-way in the application.

Our ambitious goal is to further develop new ways to collaborate with the students, teachers, researchers, and stakeholders - on Aalto community and beyond. Our combination of science, art, technology and business expertise allows us to rethink challenges and find new kinds of solutions for a sustainable future.

AaltoSDG mobile application was released in January 2020, and it was designed to inspire Aalto University students, employees and partners to make more sustainable everyday choices. In addition, the purpose of the application was to present Aalto University's research, art, teaching and events - solutions that support global work to achieve the goals of sustainable development, and how they relate to the UN SDGs.

Thank you dear AaltoSDG community! We know that our cooperation in shaping a sustainable future will continue, even when this individual project ends.

We look forward to hearing your feedback on how you would like to participate and/or hear about Aalto University's sustainability actions in the future by answering the following survey

The survey is anonymous and should only take a few minutes to complete. The survey is open during 11.10.-31.12.2021.

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It is possible to use the AaltoSDG mobile application until the end of 2021.

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