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Anders Lindroth interviewed in Dagens ETC

Anders Lindroth was interviewed by the magazine Dagens ETC about the climate impact of forests, and about why the amount of carbon in the atmosphere is increasing.
Anders Lindroth
Anders Lindroth

Anders Lindroth, Professor Emeritus at the Department, was recently interviewed by Dagens ETC. In one article about about the effect of forests on the climate, he says “In principle, it would be best for the climate simply not to cut down any forest for the immediate future, if we want to achieve results quickly”.

In another article, about why the amount of carbon in the atmosphere is increasing, despite the fact that human emissions of carbon dioxide have stabilized. “There are many uncertain factors”, he says. Read the articles here (translated):

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