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Eye-opening discussions for PhD-students

ClimBEco is a two-year graduate research school that promotes young scientists to engage in interdisciplinary research on climate, earth system and society in a changing world. The annual summer meeting was held August 29-30 in Höllviken, with the theme ‘Land use and ecosystem-based climate adaptation’.
ClimBEco summer meeting

Inspiring talks by Terese Thoni (CEC, Lund University), Åsa Kasimir (Earth Sciences, University of Gothenburg) and Paul Miller (INES, Lund University) set the scene for eye-opening and fun discussions in an intense afternoon workshop led by Deniz Koca (CEC, Lund University), triggering reflections on links, conflict and synergy between research questions central to the strategic reserach areas MERGE and BECC. On the second day, a much appreciated presentation by Sustainability advisor Bodil Elmqvist gave a glimpse of what it can be like to work with land use and climate adaptation in a role outside the university. A major take-home from the meeting was to embrace and accept the challenge to both acknowledge and tackle complex research questions in a creative way. 

Full program for the summer meeting

More about ClimBEco graduate research school

ClimBEco summer meeting 2018

ClimBEco summer meeting 2018

ClimBEco summer meeting 2018

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Sölvegatan 37
223 62 Lund, Sweden

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