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By joining the UN-backed Science Based Targets initiative, Sandvik has formally committed to cutting its CO 2 emissions to net zero emissions by 2050 at the latest.

Teams across Sandvik are undertaking hundreds of projects that are helping the company reach net-zero emissions.

Sandvik can make the largest environmental impact through its products and solutions.

The Swedish steel industry’s quest for fossil-free production has made electric heating solutions hotter than ever.

With the acquisition of DSI Underground, Sandvik will continue to work toward increasing safety underground.

Technical students in Zambia are getting hands-on experience with donated equipment.

A small drill helps safeguard Zimbabwe rhinos.

As part of her thesis program, Tove Engvall analyzed how collecting rainwater can help optimize production processes.

Meet Evan Larrick, Global Graduate Program participant, California, USA.

The Sandvik Ideas Hub is an interactive way to exchange and evolve ideas across functions to boost sustainable business.

Converting from gas to electric turned out to be a more successful move than imagined for Norwegian company Glasopor.

Supercritical water gasification has the potential to help countries make a seamless switch to renewable energy.

How Charles Darwin inspired tomorrow's AI-driven smart packaging.

Why is having more women working in the engineering and mining industry a business advantage?

As production of electric cars increases so does the need for lithium-ion batteries, raw materials and reliable and efficient heating technology. Sandvik is ready to meet the demand.

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Engineering is traditionally a male-dominated field of study. And while steps have been taken to help integrate women into engineering and mining, they are still vastly underrepresented.

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