Aalto sustainability news
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How empathy, close listening and design thinking enable Claudia Garduño and the AaltoLAB Mexico to find the most urgent problems in an indigenous community.
How can bio-based materials be adopted as an alternative to synthetic plastics on an industrial scale? Is it possible for environmentally friendly textile production to be profitable?
Director of the Creative Sustainability programme Mikko Jalas taks about self-sufficiency and sustainability.
Researchers from the Sustainability in Business (SUB) research group are leading one of Aalto’s three consortia funded in the latest round of grants from the Academy of Finland’s Strategic Research Council.
Aalto University received EUR 9.2 million or 18 percent of the funding allocated.
To face the challenges of a warming climate, a new technique determines the long-term effects of moving Arctic ice on bridges or wind turbines
The World Circular Economy Forum will take place between 3 and 5 June.
Aalto CRE will start a pilot for collecting and recycling plastic packaging waste in three of Aalto University’s properties.
Organised by Aalto University, speakers include NASA Researcher Jonathan Trent, founder of Origin by Ocean Mari Granström, and circular fashion expert Kirsi Niinimäki
A village chief calls for responsible innovation, and an urban economics expert for tight-knit urban development
Aalto Vision Forum explored opportunities for growth in a rapidly changing operating environment.
When academics and practitioners work together on research, there’s no standard template to follow. Aalto researchers provide a model.
Within the next ten years, Finns need to cut down more than 75% of our carbon footprint. The change is enormous, and will be based on new lifestyles, says Michael Lettenmeier.
Humans have long altered the natural state of rivers. Now nature’s own methods can help us to manage rivers more sustainably.
Finnish Broadcasting Company’s mobile story tries to capture how young adults experience climate change.
Finland was chosen to lead the strategic planning for battery recycling in Europe. Two key reasons for this achievement are the high-level research carried out in Finland and the close cooperation within the sector.
A crucial part of the circular economy, wastewater can give us essential nutrients in an environmentally friendly way.
A circular economy workshop series develops new collaborations between engineers and business researchers.
The call for proposals for EIT Urban Mobility 2020 is now open and the call closes on May 17.
Changing water circulation to resemble more the natural cycle with nature-based solutions.
3-year Memorandum of Understanding aims to promote bioeconomy and circular economy.