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Nominate for the Lund University Agenda 2030 Award

Illustration of Sustainability work.

The Lund University Agenda 2030 Award aims to promote innovative, interdisciplinary research on sustainable development by early career scholars at Lund University. PhD students, post docs, and researchers with a PhD exam no older than five years can be nominated.

The winner will be awarded 25 000 SEK and the announcement and prize ceremony will take place at the annual Lund University Sustainability Week (Hållbarhetsveckan).

“We are very happy that ELIS choose to support this award. We hope the award can contribute to highlighting the exciting and important research conducted by early career sustainability researchers at Lund University. We must think innovatively and work interdisciplinary to achieve the global goals for sustainable development, which many researchers at the university do”, says Kristina Jönsson, coordinator of the Agenda 2030 Graduate School.

Articles, PhD theses, essays, and other types of publications related to the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals that may be of general interest and published within the last five years can be nominated for the award, as well as performances or non-textual artefacts.

Nominations can only be submitted by employees and students affiliated with Lund University.
Nominations for the award should be submitted to the Agenda 2030 Graduate School no later than 1 February 2022.

Read more about the award and how to nominate at the Sustainability Forum's web site


The award is a collaboration between the Agenda 2030 Graduate School at Lund University and Elis Textil Service AB - Sweden’s leading B2B textile service provider and the first company in Sweden to be third-party certified for its work with the Sustainable Development Goals.