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KTH Climate Action Centre is a multi-disciplinary, collaborative and research-focused centre aiming to advance climate mitigation and adaptation in synergy with all the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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KTH Climate Action Centre and RISE hosts workshop on materials and consumption

The multi-stakeholder workshop held at the Climate Action Centre house enabled researchers from different disciplines and industry partners to discuss how to address the sustainability challenges conn...

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KTH researchers meet Google’s CEO and the Swedish Prime Minister
KTH researchers meet Google’s CEO and the Swedish Prime Minister at Sagerska huset. Photo: Ninni Andersson/Regeringskansliet.

Talking AI innovation in Sweden with Google CEO

At a visit to Sweden, Google's CEO, Sundar Pichai, met with the Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson and a handful of young researchers from KTH. KTH Climate Action Centre postdoc Haluk Akay was one of thes...

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Juryn och det vinnande laget.

Supply Chain Hackathon winners crowned!

KTH Climate Action Centre and KTH Foodtech organised a competition in May where students came together to develop solutions to reduce food waste. The two week long competition culminated in the compet...

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Our affiliated researchers are the ground for our multidisciplinary and collaborative research. They come from all schools at KTH and from other universities.


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Sweden Arena – Sports and the climate

Published: 16 March, 2022

What can be done by atheletes in order to help achieve the climate goals? What can be done by sports associations? And how can international sports events become climate positive? The seminar is led by Karin Larsdotter from KTH Climate Action Centre together with Anton Dahlberg, sailor and olympian.

Language: Swedish

Climate talk day 2: This is how our climate footprints can be reduced

Published: November 17th, 2021

What do our climate footprints really look like now? What do they need to look like for us to achieve a climate-neutral society? And what would need to be done to get there? Lecturers: Jonas Åkerman, Karin Bradley

Language: Swedish