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SLU Global

SLU Global is a unit at the Vice-Chancellor's Office that supports SLU’s work for global development to contribute to Agenda 2030.

Scientific publications by SDG

SLU researchers publish scholarly works related to one or more of the Sustainable Development Goals.


Teaming up biodiversity, water, and climate to restore East Africa's drylands, for improved climate adaptation and mitigation, increased biodiversity, and secured water and food resources.

Climate conversations

SLU Global and SLU's four Future Platforms are organising a series of Climate Conversations. There are webinars open for anyone to join and some for SLU staff only. Next event is an internal event on 12 February.

SDG-cubes in front of the main entrance

Joint publications by SLU and researchers based in low-and middle-income countries

Explore this interactive map to see the publications.

Global news

Global calendar - internal and external events

An Eye for Science - SLU's photo exhibition

How do we map life on Earth? How can we protect fish? What is the most dangerous animal for humans? These are some of the visual samples from internationally successful and relevant activities at SLU that we showcase in the exhibition.

Millets – ancient crops with a bright future

Take a moment to read a blog post by SLU Global's Katarina Börling, reflecting on the International Year of Millets 2023. She draws on her own experience with millets in Niger in the 1990s.

GCUA 2030

GCUA 2030, Global Challenges University Alliance, is a network of university partners with a common vision of contributing to sustainable, global development.

Global knowledge bank

A selection of findings from SLU's research, and environmental monitoring and assessment, within global development.

Published: 22 February 2024 - Page editor: malin.planting@slu.se