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applications to beautify and landscape spaces were collected by the mini-park project run by Green HSE, a student environmental club.

On July 1 and 2 at the Moscow Flower Show in the Muzeon Art Park, Moscow residents placed flags on a big map of the city to indicate the places they believe need revitalization. Among the problem areas noted by Moscow residents were both places known to everyone, such as the trench near the Paveletsky railway station, and addresses only known to local residents: abandoned mini parks, unauthorized parking areas, children’s playgrounds lacking amenities, schools, courtyards, one abandoned movie theatre, and several ‘suspicious’ cafes, among others. Seven addresses were located beyond the MKAD (Moscow Ring Road).

At the end of the festival, Green HSE members will check the information and determine which of these places can be set aside for HSE to work on landscaping. They will choose one site and focus their efforts on that. Information on the other sites will be given to the appropriate authorities.

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7.5 m³

of trash was collected by Green HSE volunteers and other environmental activists in the first two weeks of August along the bank of the Moscow Canal in Dubna and in the Moscow park Yauza. 

188.8 kg

of clothes have been collected by Green HSE, a student ecological organization, as part of its REwear campaign. All clothes collected will be given to charity shops and organizations, or recycled.

Separate Plastic Collection for Recycling Available at HSE

The environmental student organization Green HSE has launched a service for the separate collection of plastic waste. Special yellow containers can be found across HSE buildings. For now only plastic bottles can be collected for recycling.

Green HSE Сleans up Moscow region’s Lake Relax

Members of the student organisation Green HSE volunteered to clean up nearly 30 meters of lakeshore around Moscow region’s Lake Relax, as well as 60 square meters of the surrounding forest. The volunteers managed to collect more than 50 120-liter bags of trash.

HSE Is Going Green

HSE students and faculty now have more opportunities for leading a more ecologically responsible lifestyle right here at the university. Let’s look at how easy it has become for them to do their part.

Green HSE in Search of Abandoned Mini Park to Clean Up

Green HSE, a student environmental club, is taking part in the upcoming Moscow Flower Show, an international festival of gardens and flowers. As part of the HSE project ‘A University Open to the City’, students will give a presentation on mini parks, the goal of which is to revitalize one of Moscow’s abandoned mini parks or courtyards.

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trees and shrubs were planted by HSE students and staff as part of the ‘Green mobilization’ campaign.

92 kilograms

of old electronics were collected by volunteers from Green HSE during an eco-event dedicated to World Earth Day.