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02/07/17
Ingolstadt
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Valuable contribution to resource management: Audi Environmental Foundation honors young scientists

Valuable contribution to resource management: Audi Environmental Foundation honors young scientists
In the picture (from left to right): Dr. Rüdiger Recknagel, Chief Executive of the Audi Foundation of Environment, the two award winners Anne-Katrin Kleih and Veda Sara Sayakoummane plus Prof. Volker Sieber, Technical University of Munich.
  • SRM Award for the best theses on environmental protection with national and international focuses
  • Chief Executive of Audi Environmental Foundation Dr. Rüdiger Recknagel: “Sustainable resource efficiency is becoming increasingly important for industrial production.” 

The Audi Environmental Foundation has recognized two young scientists with its “Sustainable Resource Management Award” (SRM). For the sixth time now, the Foundation has given this award for the best theses on the master’s course for sustainable resource management at the Technical University of Munich (TUM). The winners examined the CO2 footprint as a key factor for climate protection in the German construction equipment industry and strategies for the sustainable use of hydroelectric power. Anne Katrin Kleih and Veda Sara Sayakoummane will receive prize money of 1,500 euros.

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