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  • Researchers aim to reduce food waste

    Annika Carlsson Kanyama and Greger Henriksson inspect waste storage rooms at KTH Campus. (Photo: Marc Femenia)
    Published Dec 08, 2017

    Deal with the food that is discarded but ensure less food is wasted in the first place. Researchers Greger Henriksson and Annika Carlsson-Kanyama have...

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  • KTH Tech Talks: Algae farming – a sustainable solution

    Published Jun 09, 2017

    In this episode of KTH Tech Talks, Fredrik Gröndahl from the department of Sustainable development, Environmental science and Engineering (SEED) and F...

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  • Making KTH buildings environmentally-friendly

    Property owners benefit from taking a stronger interest in making a proper environmental investment in new buildings and renovations, according to Nils Brown. (Photos: Håkan Lindgren)
    Published Mar 15, 2017

    To construct environmentally-certified buildings with the least possible impact on the environment depends on the objectives of the property owners. B...

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  • New Professor of Industrial Ecology

    Published Apr 05, 2015
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  • Being green without being a grinch

    Sweden has reduced its own emissions, but not its consumption of gadgets produced in countries with different environmental standards. (Photo: Marc Feminia)
    Published Dec 17, 2014

    Sweden has reduced its own greenhouse gas emissions. Yet as the holiday gift-giving season approaches, gadgets produced in countries with different en...

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  • Online shopping, at what cost?

    The environmental impact of online consumerism requires more rigorous investigation. (Illustration: Cutcaster)
    Published Dec 16, 2014

    We save time and money by shopping online. But what about the environmental impact? Is it better or worse for the environment that goods and services ...

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  • Holiday travel can be climate smart

    Long-haul air travel emissions exceed that of rail by more than 200 times in Sweden. The figures show emissions in kg and refer to four people whose starting point is Stockholm. (Graphic: Daniel Gineman)
    Published Dec 15, 2014

    Flying the family to Thailand to celebrate the holidays? Maybe taking the train to Åre? The difference in climate impact is considerable, according to...

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  • Better theoretical grasp would boost sustainable development

    Students need to have a more solid theoretical ground to stand on where sustainable development is concerned, says the environmental researcher Anna Björklund (Photo: Christer Gummeson)
    Published Jun 25, 2014

    No doubt, sustainable development engages the interest of both students and teaching staff. It is also a prioritised area for KTH Royal Institute of T...

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  • New PhD in Industrial Ecology on her way

    Published Jun 24, 2014

    We congratulate Sofie Pandis Iveroth who successfully defended her PhD thesis.

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  • Carbon footprint of the Swedish ICT sector mapped out

    Published Jun 24, 2014

    Researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, TeliaSonera and Ericsson have published a unique study which maps out the climate impact of the Swed...

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  • Travel information systems of the past – and of the future

    Published Apr 09, 2014

    Carlos Cano Viktorsson presents his licentiate thesis 14 April 2014.

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  • Waste could help fuel low carbon energy and transport

    Published Nov 11, 2013

    In a time when society – and nature itself – are threatened by climate change, it seems fair to ask: Does recycling still matter? Two KTH researchers ...

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