Environmental and Energy Systems Studies

Faculty of Engineering, LTH


Environmental and Energy Systems Studies is a division of the Department of Technology and Society at Lund Institute of Technology, but was established in 1969 as the Environmental Studies Programme at Lund University. Our main goal is to study issues of energy and the environment in a national and global long-term perspective. Our researchers and teachers have backgrounds in various scientific disciplines including technology, natural science, economy, agronomy, political science, and sociology. Typically, our research and courses are multi-disciplinary.


One student life, one membership!

Studentlund is a corporation between nations, student unions and the Academic Society in Lund.

Lund’s student life is unique. The combination of nations, students’ unions and the Academic Society is not only one of a kind, it is one of the strongest reasons why new students flock to Lund every semester. Membership of Studentlund gives you access to everything that makes Lund such a fantastic city in which to study. The student life gives you many opportunities for personal development and enables you to gain valuable knowledge and experiences outside the lecture theatre.

Membership of Studentlund gives you access to everything from cheap accommodation to good food, fun nightclubs, interesting talks, exciting media, guaranteed monitoring of education, entertaining theatre, considerable student influence within the University, municipality and region, and lots of grants and student discounts. The vast majority of the student organisations’ activities will only be available to Studentlund members after 1 July 2010, or will be available to members at greatly reduced prices. Please visit for registration and more information.

Visit us!

We are located in the V-house (John Ericssons väg 1). Some sections of the V-house are closed due to renovations and the main entrance is not open. Visitors to Environmental and Energy Systems Studies should use entrance G2 or D indicated on this map.