Jönköping University Sustainability Network works towards a world where purpose, people, the planet and profit collectivly thrive. The initiative is a part of Agenda 2030.

The network's mission is to inspire all Jönköping University stakeholders to collaborate, engage and innovate for a better world. 

How Jönköping University is working with the Agenda 2030 goals

At Jönköping Univeristy there's a lot of initiatives working towards sustainability and diversity. Click on each goal to learn more about our work.

Agenda 2030 goal number 3 Good health and well-being
Agenda 2030 goal number 4: Quality education
Agenda 2030 goal number 9: Industry, innovation, and infrastructure
Agenda 2030 goal number 10: reduced inequalities
Agenda 2030 goal number 11: sustainable cities and communities
Agenda 2030 goal number 13: climate action
Agenda 2030 goal number 17: partnerships for the goals


Sustainability Conversations

A series of digital lunch events that focuses on the transition to a more sustainable society. The ambition of the event is to provide a platform where guest speakers, students, researchers, and an interested general public can share knowledge, experiences and thoughts about sustainability in a cross-disciplinary environment.

JU Sustainability Festival 2020: Partnership for our Future

A yearly event organized by JU Sustainability Festival with interactive sessions, workshops, keynotes aiming at exploring how to co-create a sustainable futures. Main themes of the year: Innovation Race, Urban Farming, Circular Economy and Health & Wellbeing.

Responsible Management Education Research: 30th of Sep - 3rd of October 2019

The 6th RMER Conference hosted by Jönköping International Business School (JIBS) is a forum intended to engage multiple stakeholders in a dialogue around Agenda 2030 and enhance further collaborations in education, research and business practices to advance the SDGs.

Group members


Jonelija Zelic

Inger Ahlstrand

Johanna Bergström

Andreas Friberg

Guénola Nonet

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