Climate-KIC is one of the Knowledge- and Innovation Communities (KICs) created in 2010 by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT). Climate-KIC brings together universities, companies, cities and other stakeholders in Europe with the common goal of finding innovative mitigation- and adaptation solutions to climate challenge.
Climate-KIC integrates education, entrepreneurship and innovation aiming for a connective, creative transformation of knowledge and ideas into economically viable products or services that help to mitigate climate change.
The Climate-KIC activities are driven by four climate change themes; find out more about them in the right margin or at the links below:
Download the theme priorities 2017 here.
Lund University is a Climate-KIC partner
Lund University became partner of Climate-KIC Nordic in June 2015. Climate-KIC Nordic is one of thirteen Climate-KIC centers in Europe and its headquarters is located at DTU, Technical University of Denmark.
Getting involved with Climate-KIC
As partner, Lund University both initiates and contributes to the activities within Climate-KIC's activities within its various areas. The partnership opens up possibilities for participation in many different innovation projects with a wide network of other partners and affiliates within academia, public organisations and corporates.