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Blogging from Paris and COP21

Lund University have several researchers and PhD students in Paris for the COP21 right now. Terese Göransson, PhD student within Environmental Science, is one of them. Read about her and others experiences and impressions from the climate summit at the Sustainability Forum Blog.
Photo: Kimberly Nicholas
Photo: Kimberly Nicholas

The blog is written by different researchers and PhD students at Lund University, with different perspectives and impressions from the climate summit. The blog posts are (usually) in English or Swedish. You can find the Sustainability Forum Blog here.

REDD+, the saga continues

Tobias Nielsen is a PhD student at the Department of Political Science and the strategic research area BECC.

Read his reflections on the REDD+ negotiations (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation) from COP21 in Paris.

Playwood, pendeltåg och knäckfrågor – intryck från COP21

Terese Göransson is a PhD student within Evironmental Science and is in Paris right now.
Read about her experiences behind the scene of her fourth COP (in Swedish)

Mellan hakparanteser och luftkonditionering: bakom kulisserna på ett COP

Terese Göransson is a PhD student within Evironmental Science and is in Paris right now.
Read about her experiences behind the scene of her fourth COP (in Swedish)

The first week of COP21 – reflections from a researcher

Read about the impressions and experiences from one of our Lund University researchers, Kimberly Nicholas, Lund University Centre for Sustainable Studies, who is in Paris for the climate summit.
Read about her impressions from the climate summit here.

Reading list for my first climate summit

Read about Lund University researcher Kimberly Nicholas' preparations for her first climate summit, COP21 in Paris.
Read about how to come to Paris well prepared.

Klimaforhandlingerne om skov

Tobias Nielsen, PhD student at Lund University has written a debate article about the role of forests in the climate negotiations and is focusing on 10 years with REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation).
Read Tobias´blog post here (in Danish).

About Lund University Sustainability Forum (Hållbarhetsforum)

The Lund University Sustainability Forum forms a bridge between society and academia in the sustainability areas. The Sustainability Forum supports researchers and research groups concerning communication and dialogue, and provides a channel for stakeholders seeking collaboration, research support and information from LU. Read more here.

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