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A centre for climate action research

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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”When is Earth too destroyed? Is it too late to save the climate? If not when will it be too late?” Climate Q's is a project focusing on young people's relation to climate action.

KTH Climate Action Centre gets funding from Formas communication call

KTH Climate Action Centre is granted funding from Formas for the three-year communication project Climate Q's. A project that aims to increase the knowledge about climate action among young people.

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Climate Politics in Action #5 Journalism, Climate and reporting on crises with Erika Bjerström

On Wednesday March 15 Erika Bjerström, global climate correspondent at SVT, visited the Climate Action House for the fifth Climate Politics in Action event. Many different topics were discussed during...

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KTH researcher in SvD on AI and climate action

KTH Climate Action Centre’s new postdoc Francesca Larosa is interviewed in SvD Näringsliv about how artificial intelligence (AI) can contribute to climate action. Above all, how AI can be used to deve...

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Affiliated researchers

Proudly presenting the Climate Action Faculty

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


Media archive

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