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Climate Breakfast 33: How do we accelerate the contribution of higher education institutions to the climate transition?

Climate breakfast #33

Viable Cities welcomes you to the first Climate Breakfast of the year on the question: How do we accelerate the contribution of higher education institutions to the climate transition?

Almost all cities involved in the Viable Cities program Climate Neutral Cities 2030 have a higher education institution. They provide highly relevant research and education at different levels. But in what other ways do they contribute to the climate transition and what could they do more of? During this climate breakfast, we explore how higher education institutions can accelerate their contribution to the climate transition, including through collaboration in new ways.

Participants include:

  • Lisa Redin, Environmental and sustainability strategist at Umeå University.
  • Johanna Sennmark, Head of Environment at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
  • Mats Lundqvist, Vice-rector for utilization at Chalmers
  • Lena Neij, Professor at Lund University

The climate breakfast is conducted in collaboration with the Swedish Higher Education Institutions' Climate Network, an initiative funded by Vinnova and Formas.

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Date:
28 February
Time:
08:08 - 08:58

Location

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Viable Cities is a strategic innovation program with the mission Climate neutral cities 2030 with a good life for all within the planetary boundaries. The program is funded by the Swedish Energy Agency, Vinnova and Formas and is coordinated by KTH.

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