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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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  • Meet the University of Gothenburg Student Unions Sustainability Network!

    [17 Feb 2021] GUS Sustainability network is a newly launched initiative by GUS (University of Gothenburg Student Unions) with the aim to gather students who want to influence the organizations¿ sustainability work. The network consists of students from several disciplines and acts as an advising body to GUS. We talked with the members of the network to hear more about their upcoming plans and hopes.

  • Wanted: International Summer School for Sustainability Student Ambassadors

    [11 Feb 2021] Are you a student at the University of Gothenburg with a strong interest in sustainability issues? Do you thrive in international settings? Perfect! We are looking for two student ambassadors to work alongside the organizing team of the Summer School for Sustainability this summer (July 5-July 30, plus preparatory meetings before that).

  • Maintain social spending during crisis - for children´s sake

    [10 Feb 2021] In times of crisis, governments often struggle with budget deficits. The International Monetary Fund can provide funding, but the money comes with a set of conditions. Most often the IMF asks the borrowing government for austerity interventions - rather than stimulating the national economy.

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