29 Sep 2022
Less bird diversity in city forests
A new study led by Lund University in Sweden shows that cities negatively affect the diversity of birds.
29 Sep 2022
Climate change makes carbon sinks more vulnerable
New data by the research infrastructure ICOS confirms that natural carbon sinks such as the ocean and forests are not stable.
6 Jul 2022
The Vice-Chancellor says yes to the ClimBioSis profile area
A Vice-Chancellor’s decision has been taken on five profile areas for Lund University. One of the areas is ClimBioSis, which involves several CEC researchers.
5 Jul 2022
How is nature to be valued? New report on the way from IPBES
Is it possible to put a value on nature and the vital ecosystem services it provides for us? What are the pros and cons of different valuation models? These are the key questions a...
4 May 2022
National symposium in Norrköping focuses on climate research
The strategic research areas MERGE and BECC, the Bolin Centre for Climate Research and SMHI are together arranging a new climate symposium.
4 May 2022
50 millions to research about finance and biodiversity
The research programme BIOPATH, with Lund University as host, has been granted funding of SEK 50 million over a period of four years.
21 Apr 2022
Henrik Smith new member of the Swedish Climate Policy Council
The Swedish Government has appointed Henrik Smith, professor in animal ecology at Lund University, as a new member of the Climate Policy Council.
1 Apr 2022
UN Climate Report on April 4th: “What matters now is zero emissions”
In connection with a new report on measures to mitigate climate change, researchers at Lund University in Sweden see some hopeful signs. Among other things, Lars J Nilsson, Profess...
18 Mar 2022
CEC participates in international research project to protect wild pollinators
CEC is one of 24 European research institutes and organizations that is participating in the EU-funded Safeguard project, where world-leading researchers and experts are collaborat...
28 Feb 2022
The UN’s climate change panel: the world must act now
The IPCC has published a new report on how climate change is impacting nature and people world worldwide, and on the necessity for adaptation.