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CEC during the Sustainability week

An exhibition, a seminar on urban nature and a climate crash course – that's how CEC contributed to the Sustainability week 2019.
Audience listening to the seminar on urban nature. Photo.
The seminar on urban nature attracted a lot of people

Markku Rummukainen and Maria von Post gave a crash course in climate change and biological diversity together with colleagues at Lund University. A summary is published (in Swedish) on Facebook and Lund University's website. 
Crash course on www.lu.se

Helena Hanson, Anna Persson and Johanna Alkan Olsson stood behind the seminar Urban nature. Together with seven other speakers they discussed the need of both housing and nature in modern cities. The seminar was well-attended, among others a lot of employees from municipalities in southern Sweden took part in the seminar.
Read more about the other speakers and their topics here:
Stadens natur on www.lu.se

Johanna Alkan Olsson was part of the event and the exhibition Skuggor och viskningar in The Botanical Garden in Lund, together with sculptor Karin Wiberg and photographer Ida Magntorn. During the opening Johanna gave a speech on the private and the public garden and the importance of art in our urban environment.

Karin Wiberg, Ida Magntorn and Johanna Alkan Olsson next to a sculpture. Photo.
Opening of the exhibition Skuggor och viskningar.

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