The COPERNICUS Alliance finds its origins in 1993, when the COPERNICUS CAMPUS was launched and the CRE COPERNICUS Charta was published. This document was signed by 326 universities as a self-commitment to follow its principles on sustainable development. In 2011 the network was re-launched as the COPERNICUS Alliance and a new Charta was developed.
The COPERNICUS Alliance is a European network of universities and colleges committed to transformational learning and change for sustainable development. Learn more about its vision objectives!
The COPERNICUS Alliance is registered as a non-for-profit organisation under German law. The network is coordinated by a Leadership Team and supported by an Advisory Board, a Network and a Finance Coordinator. Learn more about the organisation and the people involved!
The COPERNICUS Alliance aims to achieve its goals through a growing network of European higher education institutions. It is driven by its members and essentially builds on their participation while at the same time it cooperates also with other networks. Learn more about how the COPERNICUS Alliance works towards its goals!