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Webinar: KTH's university-wide sustainability and climate objectives

KTH shall be a leading technical university working towards sustainable development, equality and climate change adaption and a climate-neutral society.

Welcome to a webinar to learn more about KTH's new sustainability and climate objectives and how we will work to reach them.

Time: Fri 2021-05-28 12.00 - 13.00

Location: Zoom. Länk finns i bekräftelsen efter anmälan (Link will be sent to registered participants).

Lecturer: Per Lundqvist, Vice President for sustainability, Kristina von Oelreich, Sustainability Manager KTH

KTH's new sustainability goals in everyday life: what should we do?

Welcome to a webinars about how we can together take the next steps for sustainable development at KTH.


KTH's employees, students and collaboration partners interact and collaborates on a daily basis for a sustainable future. Every day many decisions are made were sustainability should be an important foundation. How we travel, what we buy and not least what we teach and conduct research about is important for how we promote sustainability both at KTH and in society.

Our sustainability objectives and climate objectives with associated action plans show us the way forward. They are the tools used to ensure that what we do is effective and that our progress can be measured, evaluated and developed.

Everyone at KTH, schools and the university administration must work together to make KTH a leading university in sustainable development, gender equality and climate change.

In order to succeed in the sustainability transition and lead the development as a technical university, commitment and efforts from everyone at KTH is needed.

That is why you are warmly welcome to participate in this webinar when KTH Sustainability Office will tell you more about the sustainability and climate objectives, action plans and planned activities.

Ideas, thoughts and questions are of course also gratefully received. Send to sustainability@kth.se

This webinar will be held in Swedish. The webinar will be published with English text afterwards. 

Please register here