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It is one of six universities to become the first academic institutions to come on board the United Nations Environment Programme's Climate Neutral Network (CN Net)

Malaga University (UMA) is a public institution which promotes outstanding research and teaching within the European Higher Education Area. With a university community of just over 40,000 people, over the last decade UMA has sought to promote the internationalization of its teaching. UMA offers an extensive catalogue of specialized teaching and postgraduate study with particular focus on urban biodiversity. In the sustainability field, Malaga University has created a solar thermal surface of 2000 m2 for a renewable energy heating source. The University is also in the process of building a solar photovoltaic panel surface of 8000 m2 with a production capacity of 1 megawatt with plans to eventually use geothermal energy with a tri-generation plant on the campus. In the year 2012, Malaga University will finish subway transportation between the Central City and the University City. In addition, the university plans to introduce more sustainable transportation (bicycles, hybrid vehicles) and create 264.905 m2 of urban forest and green zones. [1]

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  1. United Nations Environment Programme, July 23, 2009

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