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  • Students presented wish list for sustainability at the universities

    [15 Nov 2018] On November 13th, a monthly meeting of Gothenburg Students for Sustainability Alliance (GSSA) took place at the GMV. Among the present were the director of GMV Jan Pettersson, the vice-chancellor of Chalmers Stefan Bengtsson, and over 30 students representing the total of 13 student sustainability groups.

  • Zero emission shipping on the horizon

    [14 Nov 2018] ¿Electromethanol made from carbon dioxide and hydrogen can propel ships completely without emissions. Selma Brynolf investigates alternative fuels for shipping ¿ an industry that hurries to reach tough environmental goals.

  • Vast areas in the Brazilian Amazon may lose its protection new study finds

    [14 Nov 2018] A new study published in Nature Sustainability shows that up to fifteen million hectares of land might lose its current protection due to a paragraph in the Brazilian Forest Act, the most important legal framework for nature conservation on privately owned land in Brazil. Behind the study is a collaboration between KTH and Chalmers in Sweden, and the University of São Paulo in Brazil.

  • Recovers nutrients from seafood process water

    [6 Nov 2018] Process waters from the seafood industry contain valuable nutrients, that could be used in food or aquaculture feed. But the process waters are treated as waste. Researchers now show the potential of recycling these nutrients back into the food chain.



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