Upper Rhine Science Trails – Towards a Digital European Learning Infrastructure
The overall goal is to provide an app-based, multilingual learning infrastructure open to all universities and institutions within the European Campus to facilitate cross-border learning experiences for bachelor and master students of the five EUCOR-universities. This project aims to prepare, test and further develop the learning app using a total of 12 study sites as pilot studies in four different EUCOR-universities.
The “Sustainability Science Trail” is a result of the the Upper Rhine Cluster for Sustainability Research (URCfSR), established in 2016, which constitutes the major network promoting sustainability research within the European Campus. The “Upper Rhine
The “Upper Rhine Sustainability Trail” shows examples of sustainable architecture, such as the ultra-low energy buildings in the Freiburg neighbourhood Vauban, renewable energy technologies, and the emerging green industry. Case studies also include the fish ladders and hydropower plants along the Upper Rhine River.