2 Dec 2022
The IPCC receives the 2022 ‘Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity’
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has been declared a co-laureate of the prominent 2022 ‘Gulbenkian Prize for Humanity’. For its contributions to the IPCC Assess...
30 Nov 2022
The business for sufficiency framework
How can business drive sufficiency? A study using the ‘Business for Sufficiency’ (BfS) framework examining businesses already employing sufficiency sheds light on the viability, de...
25 Nov 2022
Expert message: Black Friday is the day to turn off the computer and take a walk!
IIIEE guest professor Nancy Bocken has conducted several studies business models and consumption and explains about sufficiency and other tricks in a new magazine article.
25 Nov 2022
E-commerce products that consumers return risk ending up in landfills
New research uncovers the dark side of customers returns, offering policies to address the growing problem of product destruction.
21 Nov 2022
Assessing the economic benefits of active transport policy pathways: Opportunities from a local perspective
What are the opportunities for active transport policy pathways? Research shows that a policy mix that maximises economic benefits entails bike-sharing, cycle parking, training and...
17 Nov 2022
Lund University ranked as top preferred employer in Skåne
According to a survey by the trade union Naturvetarna, Lund University has been ranked in Scania as the number one preferred employer. This is according to voters working in life s...
16 Nov 2022
How to still achieve the 1.5 target? Research suggests 50 important lifestyle options
How can we move towards 1.5° living? What are the actions we as individuals can uptake to lower our carbon footprint? The EU 1.5° Lifestyles team has collected 50 research based an...
16 Nov 2022
A theory-based approach to evaluations intended to inform transitions toward sustainability
How can evaluations contribute to sustainability transitions? Whereas traditional evaluation approaches are better suited to focus on incremental changes, a new multi-disciplinary ...
8 Nov 2022
Achieving the Circular Economy: Exploring the Role of Local Governments, Business and Citizens in an Urban Context
How can cities and urban actors facilitate the circular economy? A Special Issues article points to the complexity that cities are facing and gives glimpses of how circular cities ...
2 Nov 2022
New publication on behavioural insights for sustainable energy use
The global energy crisis and the challenges of climate neutrality are showing, more than ever, the strong need to foster and materialise sustainable energy behaviours as soo...
2 Nov 2022
Closing competency gaps for circularity: Exploring partner dynamics for circular-oriented innovation
What are the key competences of a partner for circular-oriented innovation? A qualitative and in-depth case study provides insight into collaborative relationships for circular-ori...
28 Oct 2022
Sustainability programs at Lund University ranked as #12 in the world
A fresh new ranking on sustainability in higher education puts Lund University on #12. The ranking includes 700 universities worldwide.
26 Oct 2022
Requesting control and flexibility: Exploring Swedish user perspectives of electric vehicle smart charging
How can we navigate both the challenges and opportunities in the energy system due to the increasing use of electric vehicles? Smart electric vehicle charging and user flexi...
18 Oct 2022
Interactions of governmental policies and business models for a circular economy: A systematic literature review
How do we transition to a circular economy through governmental policies and business models? A literature synthesis shows that there is a multitude of possible interactions betwee...
17 Oct 2022
Long-time visiting Prof. Don Huisingh back to meet with staff and students
Professor Don Huisingh, visiting Professor of Sustainable Development and master of Cleaner Production, and distinguished source of inspiration to the IIIEE, met up with both colle...
13 Oct 2022
Citizens gathered in a project workshop on '1,5° Lifestyles'
On October 1st, 22 citizens from across the Swedish population gathered for a full-day workshop at the IIIEE to discuss and envision how to change their lifestyles to fit within th...
11 Oct 2022
IIIEE launching a new podcast on “Talking Transformations”
Research shows conversations matter - both for learning and inspiring action. On the topic of transformations, the IIIEE will release new mini-series several times a year, consisti...
11 Oct 2022
Batch 28 in the annual outdoor class exercise
Batch 28 going to the beautiful park at Wanås to enjoy an outdoor class exercise.
10 Oct 2022
Citizen participation in the governance of nature-based solutions
How do we go beyond tokenistic forms of participation to collaborative multi-stakeholder forms of engagement? A recent paper looks at the current forms and implications of citizen ...
7 Oct 2022
IIIEE Strategy Meeting in Höör
The IIIEE Strategy Meeting took place on 6th October to discuss quality in education.