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5/9/2019 3:50:50 PM; Posted by: Andreas Lambrant

What is Fracking and why should I care?

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Today we’re going to brush the surface of a method on how to extract fossil fuels. 
Mainly since I came across the method and never heard of it before, this was in an article that lead me to a political debate in England between David Cameron and Caroline Lucas.

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5/2/2019 3:16:38 PM; Posted by: Urszula Chowaniec

Sustainable Development Goal 6 - Clean Water and Sanitation

After getting familiar with Gender Equality (5th SDG), the time has come to talk about the 6th Sustainable Development Goal, meaning the “Clean water & sanitation” one.

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4/2/2019 3:54:40 PM; Posted by: Andreas Lambrant

One industry with a big impact that is easy to forget

As my first post, I would like to start off with a topic that is easy to look past.
We’re going to dive in to the 385.7 billion USD worth industry of fashion (1) and the big impact the industry has on the environment and its people.

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3/7/2019 10:36:02 AM; Posted by: Cybercom Östersund

Sustainable Development Goal 5 - Gender Equality

Sweden has generally become better at eliminating the ridiculous tragedy that a woman should be worth less than a man. That a woman’s vote is worth less than a man’s and such cant. But we still have some way to go. Sweden still has differences in some areas, particularly when we talk about positions of power and salaries.

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2/14/2019 10:20:00 AM; Posted by: Cybercom Östersund

Sustainable Development Goal 4 - Quality Education

An estimated 250 million ten-year-olds worldwide are unable to read. If you look at the total, the number of people unable to read is estimated at around 774 million, two-thirds of them women. These are frightening numbers!

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1/25/2019 1:57:14 PM; Posted by: Cybercom Östersund

Sustainable Development Goal 3 - Good Health and Well-being

It’s easy to think that things we take for granted like access to healthcare, clean water, food, clean air and good sanitation is granted to everyone. With such a broad goal like this, the work needs to be spread on multiple actions, projects and areas to solve the main purpose.

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1/16/2019 11:57:23 AM; Posted by: Cybercom Östersund

Sustainable Development Goal 2 – Zero Hunger

Eliminating the issue with starving people is a question that keeps on repeating itself and there are a lot of people engaged in solving the problem.

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12/21/2018 9:53:47 AM; Posted by: Cybercom Östersund

Sustainable Development Goal 1 – No Poverty

Even though the number of people who are living in poverty all around the globe has halved since the 90’s, there are still a huge bunch of people living without a roof over their heads, food and clean water.

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2/16/2018 4:09:23 PM; Posted by: Andreas Carlberg

Digital Sustainability - The Start

My journey around the topic sustainability started over 20 years ago where I took a class in Environmental Engineering at the Royal Institute of Technology. It was certainly only a basic course, but the content included the theory that human behavior creates the global warming but we also discussed different dilemmas and back then there were researches who claimed that the theory that humanity contributes to the warming was a major scam. 

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About this blog

The Sustainability blog - a blog with focus on Sustainability. Here our consultants share everything from their thoughts around UN's Sustainable goals to what we as individuals can do in our everyday life to create a more sustainable future.

At Cybercom we believe it is important to take responsibility for how people, the environment and society are affected by our operations and, ultimately, the operations of our clients. We actively strive to reduce our own impact on the environment, and we conduct dialogue about what is important from a sustainability perspective. That said, the greatest potential of a consulting company is, of course, our ability to influence our clients and, by extension, their users and end customers.

Andreas Lambrant

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