Many politicians and opinion formers are saying that the support packages that have emerged during the pandemic offer an opportunity to take clear steps towards a climate reset. But nothing has happened as yet. There is a clear risk that us middle aged are giving younger generations a big fat double whammy: an urgent climate … Continue reading “When are we going to see some climate initiatives?”
At the start of the year, we compiled a number of different indicators of how KTH is progressing with its sustainable development work. As part of this, a report on some of these has been compiled and submitted to the Swedish Environment Protection Agency Naturvårdsverket. Many of these indicators are pointing in the right direction, … Continue reading “New steps for our sustainable development work”
Just before Christmas, KTH resolved on new climate targets. KTH aims to be a leading technical university when it comes to climate reset. The climate challenge demands changes in all sectors of society. Universities and colleges have a key role in this work. We have an important duty to contribute to the climate reset via … Continue reading “KTH sets new climate targets”
Greenhouse gas emissions from heavy industry are being discussed more and more. This is good because it is a necessary part of a transition to a climate neutral society. Industry can adopt several different strategies to achieve this. New manufacturing processes. Perhaps the most widely known example is to use hydrogen from fossil fuels instead … Continue reading “How industry can become climate neutral”
Vice President for Sustainable Development and Professor of Environmental Strategic Analysis In this blog, I will discuss current and long-term issues concerning the environment and sustainability. You will find everything from new exciting research to different ways of looking at the future and how KTH contributes to a sustainable development.