Sustainable Development is necessary to secure a save and healthy life for living and future generations. Therefore we look for sustainable alternatives e.g. in agriculture, mobility or energy management. Hydrogen provides a huge potential in this area of research. In the H2-InnoCampus TUD we seek to build a unique infrastructure for research and transfer, which aims to investigate the synergy of technologies within energy- and safety-related, economic as well as social aspects. Education for Sustainable Development is necessary to support vocational education and training in the H2-InnoCampus TUD. Therefore it will promote the innovations sustainability by helping teachers to teach sustainable and (prospective) professionals to develop competencies to design future visions. It also provides them with tools to develop transition strategies commonly and to put their ideas into practice. We will use a research based Train-the-Trainer approach to support teachers and learners in the H2-InnoCampus TUD.
|Title of host publication||Mobility for Smart Cities and Regional Development - Challenges for Higher Education - Proceedings of the 24th International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning, ICL 2021|
|Editors||Michael E. Auer, Hanno Hortsch, Oliver Michler, Thomas Köhler|
|Pages||220 - 225|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2022|