University of Lisbon, founded in 1911
8 faculties - 20 000 students, 1 800 staff
The AmbientALL (environment for all) is an initiative from the University of Lisbon with a goal to promote the best practices regarding environmental sustainability at the University.
AmbientALL evolved from the project "Green University" that started in 2010. The major challenges of AmbientALL are to share good practices in the university, create a space that reflects the life on a campus and its environmental concerns, involve academic community on issues of environmental sustainability and contribute to changing attitudes and behaviours.

After the successful first AmbientALL in May 2011, held at the Campus University, the 2. edition has been devoted to the creation of a working groups from different areas: culture, sustainability, communications and sport. In addition, this year the week-long event ( 22-28.10) was dedicated to sustainability - under the theme "ALL for Mobility".

The AmbientALL 2012 appeals for the adoption of sustainable practices especially on mobility, and energy efficiency, social responsibility, and healthy food consumption. The program activities included conferences, sports events and cultural activities, exhibitions, and many more.

Accompanying events in 2012:
Science Run
Run 10 KM, Walking 5 KM
In a spirit to promote knowledge, culture, sport and help students to socialize, the University of Lisbon organized "Science Run" (“Corrida da Ciência 2012”).

Entries were limited to 1000 participants in the Run, and the 1000 participants in the Walk.

Night Cycling
Night Cycling is a way to get to know the University of Lisbon through a low/ average difficulty cycling tour. Activity is open to everyone, with any kind of experience or bike.

The Alleycat is a bicycle race where there is no path set, but several checkpoints that must be validated by the participants, like an orientation activity on a bike.

22-28 October 2012
Website: http://www.ul.pt/portal/page?_pageid=173,1630495&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL
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