Akademiska Hus' Annual and Sustainability Report for 2021Friday, 25 March 2022
The pandemic continued to hold the world in its grip in 2021. During the year, however, we saw unexpected strength in the economic recovery as a result of eased restrictions,countries reopening and the continued presence of monetary policy stimulus measures. Campuses were once again filled with many undergraduate and graduate students, as well as employees. However, rapid digital developments place new demands on both teaching practices and facilities. An important task for us will therefore be to continue working with the centres of education to develop knowledge environments for the future that provide long-term support for education and research.
Strategy for climate neutrality 2035
The global climate is changing and there is little time in which to reverse the trend and curb climate emissions in society. Akademiska Hus’ operations are climate- and resource-intensive. We must therefore act assiduously to reduce our climate impact through our own measures and in collaboration with others.
Our new climate and energy strategy creates clarity and guides our decisions and our actions, enabling us to achieve our new climate goal – climate neutrality throughout the value chain by 2035.