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News in sustainable development at KTH

News in sustainable development at KTH

KTH sustainability news

  • wood pieces
    On the far left, natural wood is seen. The three pieces of wood on the right have undergone different types of treatment that give a higher surface area and smaller pores, which provide rapid water transport through the material. Photo: Jonas Garemark.
    Scientists produce electricity from wood
    29 Nov 2022
    At a time when energy is an issue affecting many millions of people worldwide, scientists at KTH have managed to harvest electricity by passing water through refined wood. Their work has recently been...
  • Description of the explored dimensions and the three scenarios.
    Description of the explored dimensions and the three scenarios.
    Impact on biodiversity often neglected in autonomous vehicle research
    28 Nov 2022
    The impact on important issues such as biodiversity and cybersecurity are often neglected in autonomous vehicle research frameworks, according to a new ITRL study.
  • Researchers at INDEK have been awarded funding for a doctoral winter school
    21 Nov 2022
    Frauke Urban from INDEK and Nimali Gunasekara from Energy Technology at KTH have received funding from the Scandinavian Academy of Industrial Engineering and Management (ScAIEM) for a winter school fo...
  • en man i förgrunden, berg och ett vattendrag i bakgrunden
    “I like when the questions are big. Some answers to questions that we posed in the project really raised more questions. Overall there is so much still to learn from looking more closely at the politics of natural scientific research in polar environments,” says Peder Roberts.
    How do we think about environmental issues in the Arctic and Antarctic?
    16 Nov 2022
    In February 2017, historian Peder Roberts and colleagues started the ERC project "Greening the Poles: Science, the Environment, and the Creation of the Modern Arctic and Antarctic". The research group...
  • Erica-Dawn Egan and Karin Larsdotter, deputy director at KTH Climate Action Centre.
    Erica-Dawn Egan, Sustainbility Strategist, and Karin Larsdotter, Deputy Director at KTH Climate Action Centre that hosts the hub in Stockholm.
    Big interest for the COP 27 hubs around the world
    10 Nov 2022
    Millions follow the broadcasts from We Don't Have Time's COP 27 hubs in Stockholm, Nairobi and Washington, D.C.

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