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Acting for sustainability through knowledge and collaboration

The core task of Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV) is to create and facilitate cooperation, between and within Chalmers and the University of Gothenburg, with an aim to generate and practically implement knowledge about sustainable development. In order to develop solutions to global challenges, we bring academic disciplines together to create new knowledge. Moreover, practical implementation of knowledge requires collaboration between academia and other actors in society. To this end, we create meeting places and bring together different types of expertise in order to promote sustainable development within research, education and cooperation.

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  • Green economy program to be launched for East Africa

    [17 Dec 2020] Environment for Development (EfD) and Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV) at the University of Gothenburg, collaborate in an extensive program for capacity development in five African countries. This innovative program, to be launched in January 2021, aims at strengthening government agencies in East Africa to transform towards an inclusive green economy (IGE).

  • "Fiction is a great tool for approaching climate change"

    [9 Dec 2020] "One Book One Chalmers", OBOC, is a book club where all of Chalmers - students as well as employees - is given the opportunity to read the same book, meet and discuss. This year's book is "The End of the Ocean" by Maja Lunde.

  • "Every new challenge provides an excellent opportunity to do good and high-quality research through collaboration"

    [9 Dec 2020] Collaboration between continents brings new opportunities for African researchers, and "train-the-trainers" seems to be a useful strategy to strengthen the research communities in low- and middle-income countries. African Challenges: Funding and Publications; review from the Global Sustainable Futures Conference. About sixty participants from various countries and universities took part in "Research collaboration in low- and middle- income countries - findings, lessons and ways forward for implementing Agenda 2030".

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