CESC - Centre for Sustainable Communications

The Centre for Sustainable Communications is an interdisciplinary research environment, situated at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. It provides a forum for knowledge exchange and collaboration between industry, the public sector and research. Together with its partners, CESC conducts innovative research on ICT for sustainability aiming to contribute to a change of society in a sustainable direction.

The Smart Cities Green Hackathon has started!

CESCs Mattias Höjer is kicking off the 24h Green Hackathon on Smart Cities. We have 100 participants from 25 different countries, 1/3 female and a mix of developers, designers, architects and sustainability pros. Working together to create the best digital solutions for a green future. 

"We want people to think green when they develop tech" says Mattias Höjer, director of CESC, who organizes this event together with Sweco. 

Follow the Hackathon at  www.facebook.com/events/136716286693903/ and on the CESC twitter. 

Mattias Höjer on Aftonbladet debatt

Read CESCs Mattias Höjer and Åsa Mobergs reply to the the four Swedish ministers article " Så ska vårt land bli bäst i världen på it". 

read their reply here  Digitalisera gärna – men glöm inte miljömålen

CESC in the media

Borrow instead of buying? Listen to CESCs Karin Bradley on collaborative economy in Studio Ett, Swedish Radio. Listen here.

CESCs Anders Gullberg on DN debatt:  Samhällsnyttan kan inte räknas fram med ekonomiska kalkyler

Cecilia Katzeff, CESC, is interviewed in KTH Magazine on gamification and design for sustainability. Read here.


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