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Research for sustainable development

A sustainable development will not be achieved solely by one discipline or even one university, and there is an urgent need for interdisciplinary collaboration. Our mission from the heads of Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg is to promote sustainable development in academia and collaborate with stakeholders in society.

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Multidisciplinary research network

Around 500 researchers and PhD students at Chalmers and the University of Gothenburg are part of the research network for sustainable development administrated by GMV. The network’s members represent a wide range of disciplines and a total of about 40 different university departments. We work actively to develop collaboration between members in the research network for sustainable development, for example by arranging thematic discussions together with other actors around different SDGs to promote cooperation across disciplinary boundaries.

Welcome to join the network
Researchers and PhD students at the University of Gothenburg or Chalmers are welcome to join the research network. As a member you receive:

  • A personal page in the network datasbase www.gmvnatverk.se
  • Invitations to thematic lunches and other meetings focusing on identifying opportuntites to collaborate
  • Our newsletter every other week, presenting news and events on sustainable development

If you have questions, welcome to contact Caroline Petersson, coordinator for the research network on sustainable development, Chalmers and University of Gothenburg

Supporting strategic outreach

We have the ambition to disseminate and strengthen knowledge and support researchers who want to bridge the gap between research and decision-making.

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