Environment and sustainable development at KTH

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.

Walking on Ice

Divya Hariramani is a Spanish/Indian student with a keen eye for sustainability issues, and a student of the Master's programme in Renewable Energy .

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Cities can plan electric bus routes, and calculate the benefits with new tool

The rollout of Sweden’s first wireless charging buses earlier this month was coupled with something the rest of the world could use – namely, a tool for cities to determine the environmental and financial benefits of introducing their own electrified bus networks.

Model for bus system analysis


Room for improvement for LED lights

Researchers recently found that light emitting diodes’ efficiency can be impeded by trace amounts of iron, which is a byproduct of LED production.



Should scientists stop flying?

Decoupling knowledge from carbon in an age of climate change

Time: 28 March, 10:00 - 12:00

Location: Room 533, Teknikringen 78 A, KTH Campus

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22 April - March for Science / Earth Day

Event på KTH inom miljö och hållbar utveckling


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