Research opportunities on environmental, societal and economical challenges linked to the Hanö Bay region
Welcome to the second Talk: Sustainability presenting new interdisciplinary research opportunities centered around challenges linked to the southern Baltic Sea region of Hanö Bay and the coastal areas of Skåne. During this breakfast seminar the Marine Centre in Simrishamn and the Centre for Environmental and Climate Research, CEC, will present the basis for this new collaboration and three themes for possible new collaborative research initiatives:
Pollutants’ effects on water and organisms in the Hanö Bay, and how to improve methods to clean water
Biological diversity and nature conservation
Ecosystems, ecosystem services and possible ways to improve the environment of the Hanö Bay region
Bioeconomy and sustainable development
Importance of a healthy marine and coastal ecosystem in the Hanö Bay region and its contribution to improved quality of life in the neighboring communities
TIME: 22 May 2018, 9.00–10.00
Breakfast fika will be served from 8.30
PLACE: the Blue Hall in the Ecology Building at Sölvegatan 37 in Lund
ABOUT TODAY´S HOSTS: The Centre for Environmental and Climate Research, CEC, conducts research, education and communication on environmental and climate sciences. This newly started collaboration in Simrishamn, with its new research opportunities, will be presented by Maria Hansson and Deniz Koca from CEC together with Ann-Marie Camper from the Marine Centre.
Four times a year Lund University Sustainability Forum in collaboration with different hosts around the university will invite researchers and students to Talk: Sustainability – a seminar series addressing future challenges. Just show up for a talk & fika and get inspired. For questions, please contact nina [dot] nordh [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se (Nina Nordh )at the Sustainability Forum.