Welcome to the Knowledge Hub! The Knowledge Hub is an interactive platform centred around two key pillars; sustainability and the University of Amsterdam. It is a place where you can share ideas and collaborate with people working in different academic disciplines or professions, so whatever your background you’re welcome to get involved! The site has a tag system based on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, so you can find other users based on similar interests rather than being limited by academic disciplines. We encourage you to post your research projects and upcoming opportunities, browse posts for inspiration and connect with the Knowledge Hub community. Create a profile using the ‘sign-up’ button and add new projects using the ‘new’ button to get going!

Here’s some FAQs, in case you’d like to know more.

1) Who’s behind the Knowledge Hub?

The Knowledge Hub was created by the University of Amsterdam Green Office. The Knowledge Hub is managed by the Research and Education lead, who can be reached at, if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch! We would love to hear from you.

2) Who’s the Knowledge Hub for?

The Hub is for anyone with anybody interested in sustainability. You could be a pre-University student curious about what the UvA has to offer, a current student, PhD candidate or professor looking for support with a project, or a representative from an external organisation keen to get student’s help with a challenge they face. Everyone is welcome.

3) What’s the Knowledge Hub for?

Anyone can use the Knowledge Hub to share their relevant projects or post opportunities. You can also simply browse posts to find inspiration for new projects, look for new opportunities or use the site as a networking platform. If you want to check that your post is appropriate, please have a look at our community guidelines at the bottom of the home page.

In line with the Knowledge Hub’s ethos of collaboration, we have also made our codebase open-source. If you would like to share our code please email for more information. To stay up to date with the Green Office’s latest work, please keep in touch via our socials @uvagreenoffice.




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