on March 2, 2022
Published on January 19, 2022 Updated on May 2, 2024

A new Student Debate from the Learning Community "Data and Critical Thinking"



Following last year’s first edition of the EUTOPIA students online debate (discussing topics around Covid-19) we have a new opportunity on the horizon for students! This year the theme is around societies’ global issues.

Students who want to practice their data analysis, critical thinking, and their argumentation skills with other data-informed students, this online debate is something for you! 

More specifically, this year the 3 debate topics are: 

  • “To what extent is climate change driven by human activity?”
  • “To what extent does going vegan help reduce our carbon footprint?” 
  • “What is the potential of the development or artificial intelligence in terms of carbon footprint reduction?” 

For more information, watch the information session/preparatory meeting video !

To participate in the debate alongside peers from other universities, register before February 10th 2022. Check out how in this brochure. After completion of your registration, you will be provided with more information, and asked to prepare your arguments supported by data from globally informed research to convince the opposing team!

This cross-EUTOPIA event will take place on March 2nd 2022.

In the meantime, check out last year’s debate testimonials