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Ekaterina Chertkovskaya took part in Degrowth Talks – a series of online debates about degrowth – which was devoted to discussing the role of the state in socio-ecological transformation. Other panelists were Ruth Kinna...[more]


Good news – Narrating Climate Futures got additional funding, which also means continuation of the climate fiction reading group. You can find out more information and learn how to join this initiative here.[more]


Mistra Geopolitics explores the interface between geopolitics, human security and global environmental change. The research consortium is led by Stockholm Environment Institute and includes Lund University (IMES), Linköping...[more]


Lars J Nilsson, together with 6 other researchers, have contributed to the national debate on nuclear power in Dagens Nyheter. The argument is that nuclear power is unnecessary for a fossil-free Sweden. The debate is available...[more]


Valentin Vogl will speak at a webinar hosted by Carbon Market Watch on "The impact of climate and industrial policy on the decarbonisation of the steel industry". The webinar will take place on 9 June, 14:00, and will be...[more]


Malin Aldenius och Jamil Khan deltar tillsammans med Energikontor Sydost i projektet Hållbar kollektivtrafikupphandling i Blekinge som pågår oktober 2019 till april 2021. Projektet syfte är att bidra med kunskaper och...[more]


André Månberger commented on how COVID-19 had reduced oil demand, that public oil companies are unprofitable in this price environment and uncertainties related to future demand and supply. Link to the...[more]


Ekaterina Chertkovskaya has co-authored an article in Global Sustainability journal, titled 'Making visible, rendering obscure: reading the plastic crisis through contemporary artistic visual representations'. It was written...[more]


Building on the work in the REINVENT project, Financing net zero: how can investment meet the climate challenge was published by the Royal Geographical Society. More information and the report itself are available here.[more]


Alexandra Nikoleris was the guest of Bokad hos Cabot podcast devoted to books and writing, where she talked about climate fiction. You can listen to the podcast here (in...[more]


Fredric Bauer was interviewed by the Time magazine for their article on the plastic industry in times of COVID-19. The article is available here: [more]


Fredric Bauer's commentary appeared in Sydsvenskan's article on how local restaurants are dealing with disposable items amidst the COVID-19 crisis. You will find it here.[more]


André Månberger commented the IEA´s assessment of the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on global energy demand and CO2 emissions on TV4 business news 30th of April. Clip starts at 13.40...[more]


Pål Börjesson featured on Swedish radio, in a news report devoted to the potential of biofuels in Swedish agriculture. It is available here, both as an audio and a text (in Swedish). [more]


Sylvia Haus, Lovisa Björnsson and Pål Börjesson have a new article in Energies journal, titled "Lignocellulosic Ethanol in a Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction Obligation System—A Case Study of Swedish Sawdust Based-Ethanol...[more]


"Due to the connection between plastics and climate change, we do not want to go on producing more plastic just because we can recycle it" – Ellen says.[more]


André Månberger has co-authored an article titled 'Reviewing the material and metal security of low-carbon energy transitions', published in Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. You can find the full article here and...[more]


Oscar Svensson, Jamil Khan, and Roger Hildingsson have published a new article in the journal Sustainability, titled Studying Industrial Decarbonisation: Developing an Interdisciplinary Understanding of the...[more]


Jamil Khan and collegues have published a report in Swedish about social and distributive effects of a low-carbon transition in the Swedish transport sector, with a focus on rural areas. The title of the...[more]


Mikael Lantz was interviewed on TV4 news on 28 January, in an episode on biogas. The episode can be found here and starts around 26:01: [more]