Jesko Schulte is a PhD student at the Department of Strategic Sustainable Development at Blekinge Institute of Technology in Karlskrona. He has a M.Sc. degree in environmental science from Linnaeus University, Kalmar, Sweden, with focus on environmental risk analysis and life-cycle assessment. In 2014-2015, he was an active member of the “Greencharge” project, in which a roadmap for a fast sustainability transition of the Swedish transportation sector was created. Jesko has also contributed with foundational work on the sustainability effects of Electric Road Systems (ERS). Since 2015, he has been researching in close collaboration with industry, on how a strategic sustainability perspective can be integrated into risk management processes and related support tools at product development and manufacturing companies. This work is primarily done within the research project STOSIP (Strategic, Tactical, and Operational Implementation of Sustainability in the Innovation Process), which has the overarching prupose to support companies in integrating and implementing a strategic sustainability perspective in product innovation.
With his multidisciplinary background, Jesko is teaching within the subjects strategic sustainable development, environmental science and engineering, e.g. in courses on environmental management systems and methods for sustainable product development.
Projects & Publications
|STOSIP (Strategic Tactical and Operational Implementation of Sustainability into the Innovation Process)|