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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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The participants in KTH:s session.
Photo: Erica-Dawn Egan. KTH:s session was moderated by Karin Larsdotter (far left) and the panel consisted of Magnus Burman, Karin Bradley, Göran Lindbergh, Michael Svärd, Pernilla Bergmark and Maria Xylia.

Sustainable planet, sustainable health

On 1 June, KTH hosted an event on the topic of accelerating the transition to sustainable production and consumption. The event was part of a one-day conference organised by KTH in collaboration with ...

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Researchers and high school students discussed the Global Goals during Stockholm Summit 2022

Francesco Fuso-Nerini, director at KTH Climate Action Centre, recently participated in an interdisciplinary event focused on the Global Goals (SDGs). The event took place during Stockholm Summit 2022 ...

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Global Electrification Platform, sample results for Ethiopia
Global Electrification Platform, sample results for Ethiopia.

KTH partners with the World Bank in supporting energy access and climate action planning

A new collaboration between KTH Climate Action Centre, the KTH division of Energy Systems and the World Bank will support countries working with the World Bank to align electrification targets with th...

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SDG 13

Open research call

KTH Climate Action Centre is now launching its first call for new projects. The projects must address Climate Action, meaning solutions for advancing climate mitigation or adaptation. Project proposals regarding research, collaboration, education or communication are all welcome.


Media archive

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

Climate talk Day 1: This is how KTH research contributes to reduced emissions

Published: November 17th, 2021

We present three KTH researchers whose research has great potential to contribute to emission reductions in areas of society that account for a large proportion of emissions. Lecturers: Jakob Kuttenkeuler, Kåre Gustafsson & Tove Malmqvist Stigell, Elisabeth Ekener och Mattias Höjer.

Language: Swedish