Welcome to

Act Sustainable 2022!

Five days dedicated to sustainable development, three main events each day, endless amounts of knowledge, and it's all open for you!

 

This is Chalmers University of Technology's and the University of Gothenburg's sustainability week for all students and staff at the universities.

November 14-18, at Studenternas Hus!

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WHAT

The sustainability week at Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg

WHEN

November 14 - 18 2022

WHERE

Studenternas Hus Götabergsgatan 17

FOR WHOM

All students and staff members at Chalmers University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg.  

New this year!

We also welcome other universities in West Sweden. A special welcome to University of Borås, University of Skövde, University West and Jönköping University.

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Opening Lecture with
Staffan I Lindberg

Sustainable Futures?

A Wave of Autocratization and Consequences for Sustainability

Monday 14/11

Keynote speaker

Will be announced soon!

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Welcome to the
Act Sustainable Research Conference 2022

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Keynote Speaker
Prof. Kwadwo Appiagyei-Atua

Kwadwo Appiagyei-Atua is Associate Professor at the School of Law at University of Ghana, and has among other things conducted research on how to build academic freedom and democracy in Africa. He is also a board member of the Global Observatory on Academic Freedom, based in Vienna, among many other international engagements.  

Sustainability in times of declining democracy and increasing polarization:
What knowledge and actions do we need?

Registration closes August 26, 2022

Keynote speaker

To be announced!

TBA
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Student-led Lunch Sessions

Open Call!

The official
Act Sustainable program 2022

Program Release in October!

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Act Sustainable is Chalmers University of Technology´s and the University of Gothenburg´s annual sustainability week for students, researchers, teachers and staff. The aim is to bring the universities closer together in multidisciplinary perspectives on sustainable
development through inspiration, and knowledge.