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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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Francesca Larosa

Postdoc Francesca Larosa secures prestigious MSCA European Fellowship for her project, LIBRA

Francesca Larosa is a Digital Futures postdoctoral researcher at Engineering Mechanics, KTH, and KTH Climate Action Centre. Francesca’s work revolves around the intersection of artificial intelligence...

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Participants at the workshop on clean cooking.
Participants at the workshop on clean cooking.

Well-attended workhop promises global progress on clean cooking

A workshop hosted by the International Energy Agency (IEA) brought together for the first time approximately 80 professionals from leading organisations, dedicated to the mission of ensuring clean coo...

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Figure from the study ”Climate threats to coastal infrastructure and sustainable development outcomes”.

New study: high-resolution geospatial analysis for climate hazards assessment

A new study in Nature Climate Change, led by KTH researcher Daniel Adshead in collaboration with partners at the University of Oxford, assesses the potential impact of climate hazards on sustainable d...

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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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KTH Sustainability Research Day 2023

Published: January 12th, 2024

Recording of Sustainability Research Day 2023 with a focus on research's responsibility for ethical and sustainable social development.

Language: Swedish


EU Climate Politics, the Just Green Transition, and Economic Green Growth #02

In this episode: a talk on EU Climate Politics, the Just Green Transition, and Economic Green Growth with Marcus Lindeberg Goñi, working with Sustainable Finance and previously as a political advisor in the EU on the EU Green Deal and Emission Trading System. Hosted by Helena Glisén, KTH Climate Action Centre. Edit and music by Felix Blomkvist.

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