KTH contributes to sustainable development by providing educational programmes, conducting research and by interacting with the surrounding community. Through its activities, KTH also impacts the environment in practical terms through the consumption of materials and water, energy and chemicals, travel and transport and construction, and indirectly through purchasing and procurement.
Reducing consumption is climate smart – but how to make it attractive?
Borrow your neighbour’s ladder. Repair that broken bike. Share your wardrobe. There’s more to sustainable consumption than simply buying eco-labeled products. Karin Bradley heads a research project that aims to make sustainability the easiest choice.
Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI) welcomes applications from KTH researchers and PhD students wishing to spend time as visiting researchers SEI centres around the world. The opportunity includes a working space in an exciting research environment and requires that the visiting researcher is receiving salary from KTH.
Accelerating the implementation of sustainable development in the curriculum, 10-11 Sep
KTH is co-hosting a conference for teaching professionals focusing on how to integrate, promote or otherwise catalyse the implementation of teaching on sustainable development at higher education institutions.