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Actions to meet the Sustainability Goals

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What is sustainable development?

The concept of sustainable development is the result of concerted action by nations to promote a model of global economic development compatible with environmental conservation and social equity.

Since the emergence of the concept of sustainable development, various initiatives have been launched to achieve the objective of reorienting the current development model, among which they stand out for their importance:

The United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), which emerged as a result of the United Nations Millennium Summit held in September 2000 in New York.

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Conference on the elimination of violence against women at the UANL

Women and girls suffer various types of violence in all areas of their lives and under multiple manifestations: at home, in public spaces, at school, at work, in cyberspace, in the community, in politics. , in institutions, among others.

Photographic Exhibition “In the sights of Sustainability”

Technical Guidelines

The measures and actions that make up this Protocol are voluntary and seek that, in accordance with the conscience, respect and solidarity that characterize university students, they are applied responsibly by all, thus contributing to prevent the spread of Covid-19 and create healthy health. and safe environment.

This is how university students can demonstrate the high responsibility of being part of the solution to environmental pollution, working to combat the great problems that affect human beings in our community, in our country and in the world.

A series of recommendations are established that aim to make efficient use of energy, which in turn reduces the environmental impact produced by energy consumption, in addition to promoting economic savings.

Set of recommendations that aim to reduce water consumption, through its efficient use.

Recommendations are established to reduce the consumption of materials and consumables, and if they are acquired, consider their reuse or adequate disposal to contribute to the care of the environment.

Recommendations for the planning, construction and operation of buildings taking into account the existing natural elements, with the aim of reducing negative environmental impacts.

Safety and Hygiene at work: They are the procedures, techniques and elements that are applied in the work centers, for the recognition, evaluation and control of the harmful agents that intervene in the processes and activities of the work, in order to establish measures and Actions for the prevention of accidents or occupational diseases, in order to preserve the life, health and physical integrity of the workers, as well as to avoid any possible deterioration of the workplace itself.
Source: Federal Regulations on Safety, Hygiene and Work Environment, Art. 2, XVI.

The sustainability guide for Workshops and Laboratories is established in collaboration with researchers, officials, teachers and administrators of each academic unit to develop and implement sustainable practices and the use of technologies that increase efficiency, reduce energy consumption and conserve resources in the laboratory buildings of all universities.

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