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On 1 January 2024, GMV was merged into the new collaboration arena Wexsus. Learn more at www.wexsus.se/en
Monday 15 January 13:53

About us

The core task of Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV) is to facilitate cooperation with the aim to generate and practically implement knowledge about sustainable development.

GMV create meeting places and bring together different types of expertise in order to promote sustainable development within research, education and cooperation.

Platform for Collaborative Projects

The projects, networks and initiatives of GMV bring together a wide range of academic disciplines and areas of expertise. Our ambition is to create meeting places, both for researchers from various disciplines within the universities and also for academia, business, authorities and civil society.
Read about collaboration and projects

Cross-border Network

GMV has successfully established and maintained a platform of about 650 researchers at Chalmers and University of Gothenburg, that mobilises interdisciplinary research within different projects and centres.
Read about the research network for sustainable development

Student Collaboration

At Chalmers and the University of Gothenburg there are several active student associations in the field of sustainable development, all of which work together within the framework of the Student Sustainability Hub, coordinated by GMV.
Read more about Student Collaboration

GMV´s Office

The GMV office is located at Ascherbergsgatan 44 in Gothenburg. The GMV office staff, managing the planning and day-to-day activities of the centre, have many years of experience in sustainable development research, communication, project management, facilitating interdisciplinary processes, event planning and cross-border collaboration.
Contact us

GMV's Change Project

GMV will be merged into a new West Swedish arena, which will start operations in the beginning of 2024. Three universities: Chalmers University of Technology, the University of Gothenburg and University West are now expanding their collaboration by forming a West Swedish arena for sustainable development in collaboration with Region Västra Götaland. The arena is intended to promote the use of knowledge for transitioning to a sustainable society by facilitating collaboration and creating partnerships between academia and other societal actors. 

For questions regarding the project, please contact Jenni Strömstad, Acting Head of Administration GMV, jenni.stromstad@gu.se

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