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Environment and sustainable development

KTH contributes to sustainable development through education, research and collaboration with societal partners. According to KTH's values, education and research should contribute to an ecologically, socially and economically sustainable societal development.

In order to create continuity and efficiency in the sustainability work, KTH operations are certified in accordance with the international environmental management standard ISO14001.


How to book your international train tickets

International train tickets can't be booked in the Egencia Online booking portal. But you can get help booking your train ticket from Egencia's customer service through chat, email or phone.

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Energy savings in government agencies

As an authority, KTH must implement measures to save energy according to a new mandate from the government. The amount of electricity purchased and measures must be regularly reported to the government up to and including March 2023.

Read more on the Swedish webpage

Digital course about KTH's sustainability work

All employees at KTH can contribute to sustainable development. This digital education is about KTH's sustainability goals and the work that is being done, and must be done, to reach them. As an employee, you must know the sustainability goals and know how, based on your role, you can contribute to them.

Estimated time required: approximately 40 min
Language: Swedish and English.

Learn more about sustainable development at KTH

Here is a presentation that you as a manager can use as support when creating dialogue about our work with sustainable development! The presentation explains the aim, purpose and background and is in both Swedish and English.
Presentation material internal training sustainable development at KTH (pdf 967 kB)


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Environment and sustainable development at KTH 

KTH's sustainability objectives

Sustainable, equal and climate neutral. These three words summarise KTH’s new sustainable development and climate objectives.

New sustainability objectives for KTH

UN Sustainable Development Goals and Education at KTH

Logo circle of UN Sustainable developmet goals "Leave no one behind"

It is important that all students graduate from KTH with the knowledge and tools they need to be able to contribute to a sustainable social development. See KTH's programme descriptions to know more about how each education links to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.

Learn more about sustainable development and KTH education


Questions about KTH's environmental management system?

Questions about environment or sustainability in research, education or collaboration at KTH?

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Last changed: Feb 29, 2024