System-level sustainable climate action
The 17 global goals for sustainable development are all interconnected and affect each other. A systemic approach can therefore have more effect than the development of individual areas. It is at this system level that the KTH Climate Action Centre will focus its own research.
Here you will find information about the system-level research projects conducted by the centre. These will start in the beginning of 2022, and involves a team of researchers from different disciplines in collaboration with stakeholders.
Accelerating progress on the Sustainable Development Goals at the local level
A project and strategy as part of a UN-led effort to support and accelerate action on the Sustainable Development Goals at the local level. Learn more about the project: Accelerating progress on the Sustainable Development Goals at the local level (sei.org)
European Climate and Energy Modelling Forum (ECEMF)
A Horizon 2020 project whose aim is to establish a European forum to support energy and climate researchers and policy makers in achieving climate neutrality.
More info about ECEMF
- An article from 2019 exploring the (dis)connections in evidence and governance between the two differnt commitments of combating climate change and achieving the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Connecting climate action with other Sustainable Development Goals