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Bo Norrman

City: Gothenburg

Country: Sweden

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Bo writes, “I work with innovation support at Chalmers Technical University. I would use the book to engage students and faculty to be more focused on sustainable solutions instead of the growth focus often promoted in research and education. The student for sustainability association and the school of entrepreneurship would be my main starting point and I think that using the book as a basis for a discussion group would be a good start. It would be possible to spread information via the university web and journal.

I also work with the Climate Launchpad idea competition within the EU project Climate KIC and giving the participant a seminar based on this book would also be good. Here we have a Facebook channel.”

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