The Department of Physical Geography at Stockholm University (SU) is world leading in driving and promoting increased understanding, high quality learning and education, and sustainable solutions regarding natural phenomena and their interactions with each other and societal development. The department is large and dynamic with employees from almost all continents, conducting research on climate change and landscape development, land and water resources, geomorphology and landscape analysis, remote sensing, and polar environments. The research addresses diverse physical and biological features of earth sciences, their characteristics, processes, patterns and interactions with human societies, targeting environmental and societal sustainability and resilience under global changes. The department is a rewarding, exciting and fun meeting place for innovative and creative education and research, contributing to solutions to major societal challenges. The department also operates field stations in northern Sweden and Messinia, Greece, the Tarfala Research Station and Navarino Environmental Observatory (NEO), respectively. We offer advanced education in Earth Sciences, Biology-Earth Sciences, Geography, and Environmental Management. SU is coordinating and managing the GeoVT project, leading and contributing to various project activities and outputs.