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Jörgen Olofsson, Markku Rummukainen and Minchao Wu were recently featured or cited in various media.
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Researcher interviewed about strategies to achieve climate targets

Researcher Jörgen Olofsson, was interviewed in the daily Dagens ETC about a new book containing 100 strategies to achieve climate targets by 2050. “I’ve only skimmed through the list, but I see that, for example, the production and consumption of food is included. I believe this to be an important area to work with in order to reach the climate targets”, he says.

Professor interviewed about global warming

Professor of Climatology Markku Rummukainen was interviewed in the daily SvD Näringsliv about global warming. “Although the weather in this part of the world is quite varied, the climate changes are now becoming so major that they can no longer be referred to as coincidental”, he says.

Small-scale deforestation puts the entire rainforest at risk

Doctoral student Minchao Wu, was interviewed on Forskning.se about a new study showing that deforestation of the Amazon outskirts threatens the stability of the ecosystem throughout the Amazon region. The new research provides new knowledge, as most previous studies on land use have focused solely on climate change.

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