Climate politics in action
How can politics facilitate climate action? How can politics enable sustainable technologies and research to impact society? KTH Climate Action Centre organises a series of events where KTH students can discuss climate politics with politicians, EU parliamentarians and other decision-makers on these and related topics.
In this series of open talks, KTH students are invited to connect and discuss with politicians about how climate politics provides challenges and opportunities for schience-based climate action.
When signing up for the events, you can ask questions or raise discussion topics. The venue is the Climate Action Centre (Teknikringen 43), unless stated otherwise. Food is provided for everyone who sign up.
Keep an eye in our calendar or on our Instagram , where all the events will be posted and sign-up links will be provided.
Mon 2023-02-20 - Thu 2023-03-302023-02-20T00:00:00.000+01:00 2023-03-30T23:59:00.000+02:00 Call for student applications: Global University Climate Forum (Events) Call for student applications: Global University Climate Forum (Events)
Thursday 2023-03-23, 16:00 - 17:00
Participating: Maude Barlow, Zahra Kalantari, Right Livelihood, WaterCentre@KTH
Location: KTH Climate Action Centre, Teknikringen 432023-03-23T16:00:00.000+01:00 2023-03-23T17:00:00.000+01:00 Right to Water with Right Livelihood and WaterCentre@KTH (Events) KTH Climate Action Centre, Teknikringen 43 (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden)Right to Water with Right Livelihood and WaterCentre@KTH (Events)
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Climate Politics in Action #3 Cities, EU and the elections with Katarina Luhr
Climate Politics in Action #2 with Rickard Nordin