We created a monster

Hey guys, how’s your week been? My week has been eventful!! Everyday could have made up for complete episodes of a TV series (not joking here). However,we are not here to talk about my week, it’s the second episode of my “come back” series PROJECT WORK The Sustainable Energy Engineering programme is known for projects( … Continue reading “We created a monster”

Where have you been??

Did you know that the largest sustainability gathering in the Middle East is held annually at Abu Dhabi? Do you also know that some KTH students had the opportunity of attending this year?? These statements are a clue to the title of the post but without further ado, let us set the ball rolling… Q: … Continue reading “Where have you been??”

VIND 2018

Do you know that Sweden has a plan to be fully powered by renewable energy in 2040? What does this mean for everyone interested in the renewable energy sector? These are the questions that will open the floor for this year’s VIND conference. In fact, the seminar begins with discussions and report presentations from key … Continue reading “VIND 2018”

How Fast How Clean

Choo choo! All aboard! Today’s topic is about transportation and more specifically Swedish trains. Despite the complains from some locals about the “quality” and sometimes “delayed” trains (like couple of minutes delayed trains…) I have found the Swedish transportation amazing. Let’s remember that I come from Mexico where there is only 1 (yes one) train … Continue reading “How Fast How Clean”

17 Facts About Sweden

Sustainable development is not only about knowing in which can your trash goes, it goes way deeper than that. It’s about equality, health, poverty and so many other facts that policy makers must take into consideration to have a proper leadership. That’s why the aim of this post is to present to you how Sweden … Continue reading “17 Facts About Sweden”

City of Blinding Lights

Stockholmers, what a great spectacle we had last night! Incredible nature’s show right above us, green bright lights dancing over our heads thanks to solar’s winds disrupting Earth’s magnetosphere. This amazing spectacle that people seek mostly by traveling northern Sweden paying a significant amount of money just to see what we had here for free! … Continue reading “City of Blinding Lights”