31 Jan 2023
Risk of eutrophication and acidification if forest fertilization is introduced in southern Sweden
Forests are important for climate change mitigation, both as raw material for biofuels and for carbon storage. At the same time, forests are under pressure from a changing climate ...
31 Jan 2023
What you do in your garden to help pollinators works
Have you made adjustments to your garden to make it more welcoming for pollinators? If so, you have probably made a valuable contribution, according to a new study from Lund Univer...
21 Dec 2022
COP15: Key outcomes for biological diversity
The COP15 summit is over, and the world has received a sister deal to the "Paris Agreement", a global framework to protect biodiversity on the planet. – It is a great moment for ...
30 Nov 2022
It is time to put biodiversity on the agenda – five Lund researchers on the challenges for COP15
Just over two weeks after the climate summit in Egypt, the leaders of the world’s countries are meeting again, this time to address another acute crisis facing humanity – the loss ...
10 Nov 2022
Interdisciplinary research school on Skåne’s beaches
The coast is changing. The sea is encroaching further inland, and the shoreline of childhood memory no longer looks the same.
7 Nov 2022
A clear-cut forest provides essential information for climate research
Norunda is a unique monitoring station with Sweden's longest greenhouse gas record. Now the surroundings are changing from a forest to a clear-cut.
3 Nov 2022
The UN’s climate change conference COP27 – topics on the agenda
The UN’s annual climate change conference takes place in Egypt this year. The focus will be on topics such as climate finance and loss and damage.
3 Oct 2022
Complex consequences of a warmer Arctic
Effects of a warmer Arctic are not only negative for the climate, according to a new thesis from the Centre for Environmental and Climate Science at Lund University, Sweden. Modell...
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.