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Education and student collaboration

One of Chalmers’ most important contributions towards climate adaptation work is the positive indirect impacts we have on climate through education. Our alumni contribute to an effective transition by constantly developing their knowledge, skills and ability to evaluate and make assessments based on a scientifically critical approach. Our courses are highly regarded when it comes to climate and sustainability issues, and Chalmers is and is seen to be a university with high standards of scientific integrity. We must practise what we preach.

Our courses will promote climate adaptation work. Chalmers’ courses will be highly regarded when it comes to climate and sustainability issues and provide a route to advanced knowledge and the ability to create solutions that make a difference in achieving climate adaptations on a local and global level. Our courses are run by lecturers and researchers with a high level of expertise in the climate adaptation issues, and in close contact with the wider community. 

Students will be able to have impact. Chalmers will have active and clear collaboration between students, lecturers and researchers to propel the climate issue forward, and we will make good use of students’ initiatives and involvement in the climate issue.

The education will be run on a climate-friendly basis. Everything from energy efficiency in teaching environments, to the use of materials and travel as part of educational activities, will be included in education run on climate-friendly principles.

Page manager Published: Tue 04 Oct 2022.