This is not what anyone thought or hoped for when planning began in
2019, but times of need demand innovation and offer great opportunity to
explore new paths. Now we are very excited to traverse this new path
together with our program partners, and of course all participants eager
to delve into sustainable development!
The exception to this new
arrangement is the Act Sustainable Research Conference which will be
carried out on campus. Of course with safety precautions in line with
the then current official guidelines.
official program will consist of events hosted by Gothenburg Centre for
Sustainable Development and selected program partners from Chalmers
University of Technology and the University of Gothenburg. The program
will have a multidisciplinary approach and each event will tackle one
major sustainability challenge. The official language for events during
Act Sustaianable is English and are open for all students, teachers,
researchers, and staff at the two universities. Where capacity allows us
we will also stream content to the general public, and beyond.
student unions, student organizations, faculties and external partners
are encouraged to host side-events. These events will be presented on
the official Act Sustainable website. The side events can be hosted
exclusively for selected groups such as internal staff or students, or
open for the public. As we aim to highlight as many sustainability
initiatives as possible happening within the university, we encourage
students and staff to notify us of any initiatives planned or in
Registration for side-events will be open when the fall semester of 2020 start.
you are interested in hosting an official event, please reach out to
Karin Bylund, project coordinator for Act Sustainable, Gothenburg Centre
for Sustainable Development.
Karin.email@example.com / Karin.firstname.lastname@example.org
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