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  • KTH partners with the World Bank in supporting energy access and climate action planning

    A new collaboration between KTH Climate Action Centre, the KTH division of Energy Systems and the World Bank will support countries working with the World Bank to align electrification targets with the Climate Action Agenda.

  • Brown Bag Seminar with Francesca Larosa

    Francesca Larosa is a climate computational economist currently working as a postdoc at KTH. Her interests lie at the intersection of digitalisation and climate change. Prior to joining KTH, Francesca was a postdoc at the University College London. Francesca holds a PhD in Climate Change Sciences and Management from Ca' Foscari University in Venice. She is an affiliated researcher at the Euro-Mediterranean Center for Climate CHange (CMCC) and she is an ambassador of the EU's 'European Climate Pact' for Italy. She will hold a presentation of her work, which will be followed by a discussion. Everybody brings their own lunch.

  • Climate Politics in Action #5 Erika Bjerström, Global Climate Correspondent at SVT

    In the digital media landscape of today, journalism is changing. How does this affect the reporting of climate change? What should current climate journalism look like? How can the rise of misinformation and polarisation be reduced? Students are welcome to a seminar with Swedish National Television's Global Climate Correspondent Erika Bjerström.

  • Sustainable Innovation Workshop with the H+Forest Project

  • Right to Water with Right Livelihood and WaterCentre@KTH

    In belated honor of World Water Day, KTH Climate Action Centre invites everyone to partake in our event together with Right livelihood and WaterCentre@KTH! The event will be available both online and live at the Climate Action house, featuring talks from Maude Barlow and Zahra Kalantari on how access to water can be secured for all.

  • Cancelled: Brown Bag Seminar, 5 April

    This seminar is cancelled. Welcome to the next one on May 3! The host holds a presentation of a project or topic, followed by discussion with peers. Everybody brings their own lunch. Would you like to host a Brown Bag Seminar? Find out how below.

  • Water and Agriculture with Right Livelihood

    Want to learn more about artificial glaciers, blue economy and the production of marine biomass? KTH Climate Action Centre invites everyone to partake in our event together with Right livelihood! The event will be available both online and live at the Climate Action house, featuring talks from Rizgin Gurmet and Jean-Baptiste Thomas on the effects of climate change and water issues on agriculture.

  • Supply Chain Hackathon with KTH Foodtech

    Ready for an exciting challenge? Together with KTH Foodtech, we are thrilled to announce our upcoming Supply Chain Hackathon!

  • Brown Bag Seminar with Andreas Roos on Solar Power and Environmental Justice

    The KTH Environmental Humanities Lab presents a seminar with their researcher Andreas Roos! He will give you a presentation of his monograph "Solar technology and global environmental justice: The vision and the reality" followed by a conversation on the why and how of academic book publishing. Vegan ciabattas are served for everyone that register!

  • Dance and Music and Climate Change at the KTH Reactor Hall

    The KTH Climate Action Centre in collaboration with KTH NAVET centre for research in Art, Technology and Design, KTH Reactor Hall, and Energy Platform is happy to invite you to an event on "Dance and Music and Climate Change" on May 5 at 17:30, KTH Reactor Hall.

  • The Antarctic Mindset: an opportunity to deal with the unexpected in our daily life

    The Embassy of Italy in Sweden will celebrate the 6th edition of the Italian Research Day in the World, organizing, together with the Climate Action Centre of the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and the Italian Cultural Institute, an event hosting Chiara Montanari in Stockholm.

  • Unraveling the Poles: Interdisciplinary Research Collaborations on Climate in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions

    The KTH Climate Action Centre invites you to the 1.5-hour workshop, "Unraveling the Poles: Interdisciplinary Research Collaborations on climate in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions." Join us on 9th May 2023, from 13:15 to 14:30, in the Arabella Room at Teknikringen 1. This workshop aims to foster multidisciplinary discussions and collaborations among researchers interested in the polar regions.

  • Brown Bag Seminar with Christophe Duwig, 3 May

    The Energy Aspects of CO2 capture.

  • Dance and Music and Climate Change at the KTH Reactor Hall

    The KTH Climate Action Centre in collaboration with KTH NAVET centre for research in Art, Technology and Design, KTH Reactor Hall, and Energy Platform is happy to invite you to an event on "Dance and Music and Climate Change" on May 5 at 17:30, KTH Reactor Hall.

  • Climate Politics in Action #7 with Marcus Lindeberg Goñi

    Students are welcome to join us for "Climate Politics in Action #7" with Marcus Lindeberg Goñi, a Research Associate at Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI). He currently works with quantifying climate transition costs and benefits for cities in the Viable Cities Finance project.

  • Dancers and composers interpret climate change research

    On the 5th of May, dancers and composers presented their work interpreting climate change research for a crowd at KTH Reactor Hall.

  • Sustainability Forum 2023

    Don't miss the year's big event on sustainable development! Sustainability Forum is arranged by the University Alliance Stockholm Trio (KTH, SU, and KI) and is a place where people can meet, build networks, and create collaborations for sustainable development. KTH is hosting the session 2030 In sight: Towards sustainable cities here and now.

  • KTH Climate Action Centre at Forskarfredag 2023

    Every year, Forskarfredag (Researcher's Friday) takes place, a fair where students from 9th grade and high school get the opportunity meet researchers, and learn about their research projects. This year KTH Climate Action Centre was present to discuss the climate and the Climate Qs project.

  • Symposium on climate and health

    The Health Committee of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, in collaboration with Bolin Centre for Climate Research, Chalmers University of Technology, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm Trio and Umeå University, organizes a symposium on the topic of climate and health. The open symposium will bring together experts from different fields relevant for understanding the interactions, challenges and co-benefits related to climate and health. The aim of the symposium is to summarize the state of the science, stimulate discussion, and relate to relevant ongoing and future policy processes. The symposium will be held in English. The event builds towards a follow-up workshop focusing on best practices, policies and solutions, to be organized in 2024.

  • Study: The transportation goal is impossible to reach without reduced car travel

    The Swedish parliament’s goal to reduce emissions from passenger cars by 70 percent from 2010 to 2030 will be unreachable unless the amount of passenger cars and their use is decreased, according to a newly published study by KTH researchers Mattias Höjer, Jonas Åkerman and Hampus Berg Mårtensson.

  • Breakfast Seminar on Corporate Sustainability Reporting

    Welcome to a breakfast seminar on a new EU directive! We’ll discuss strategies and recommendations for Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD) compliance, and how to proactively take advantage of the new regulation by seamlessly integrating it into your climate action, business, and reporting.

  • New seminar series about the Arctic launched at KTH Climate Action Centre!

    Advancing Sustainability in the Arctic and Beyond: Opportunities and Challenges in the Swedish North is a new open seminar series organised by the KTH Climate Action Center and the Environmental Humanities Lab at KTH.

  • Supply Chain Hackathon winners crowned!

    KTH Climate Action Centre and KTH Foodtech organised a competition in May where students came together to develop solutions to reduce food waste. The two week long competition culminated in the competing teams presenting their ideas for the jury consisting of representatives from ICA Gruppen, Arla Foods, Jordbruksverket, Foodloopz Sweden AB, Crumbs, and SAMS - Samarbete för minskat matsvinn.

  • Language Models for Sustainable Manufacturing - Brown Bag Seminar with Haluk Akay, 7 June

  • KTH Climate Action Centre and RISE hosts workshop on materials and consumption

    The multi-stakeholder workshop held at the Climate Action Centre house enabled researchers from different disciplines and industry partners to discuss how to address the sustainability challenges connected to materials, and biomaterials in particular.

  • Converting research into climate action

    Climate Action Centre's multidisciplinary research team has written a comment piece on how interdisciplinary research can be brought together and contribute to climate action on a larger scale in society. The article is now available as a preprint.

  • Climate Action Faculty

    Our affiliated researchers come from different schools at KTH, and also from other universities. This is the basis for our multidisciplinary and collaborative research and activities.

  • Climate Politics in Action #8 with Annika Jacobson

    Students are welcome to join us for "Climate Politics in Action #8" with Annika Jacobson, Climate General for the City of Stockholm.

  • Student Competition for a Climate Neutral Stockholm

    KTH Climate Action Centre, the Bolin Centre at Stockholm University and the Centre for Health Crises and the Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Health at Karolinska Institutet is organising this student competition to create a greener, healthier and more climate-resilient Stockholm.

  • Brown Bag Seminar with Carlos Eduardo Velasquez on Land-Use Change and CO2 Mitigation in Brazil

    Carlos Eduardo Velasquez works at the nuclear engineering department at the Federal University of Minas Gerais and is a guest professor at KTH Climate Action Centre. In this seminar, he will talk about land-use change in Brazil and its consequences, as well as potential solutions. He will hold a presentation of his work, which will be followed by a discussion. Everybody brings their own lunch.

  • New scholarship for thesis projects with environmental focus

    Urban flooding, forest wildfires and soil contamination are just some of the degree project subjects chosen to receive a 50 000 SEK scholarship from Sveriges Ingenjörer. The group of twelve students were selected in hard competition, for projects that are particularly interesting from an environmental perspective.

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