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Co-workers featured in the media

At least three members of our staff have been interviewed in different media outlets as experts in their field.
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By Khushnood7 [CC BY-SA 4.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0)], from Wikimedia Commons

Professor Emeritus Anders Lindroth was interviewed in Dagens ETC about greenhouse gases and harmful emissions. “Absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is the only way we can achieve the two-degree goal. We need negative emissions and must absorb more carbon dioxide than we release, mainly through vegetation and forests, but also through geological storage”, he said.

Professor Janne Rinne was interviewed in ATL Lantbrukets Affärstidning on how emissions of reactive hydrocarbons from coniferous trees may have a cooling effect on the climate. “The airborne particles caused by the emissions of coniferous trees are white and reflect light. When they form white clouds, the reflection and the cooling effect increase”, he said.

Also, professor Markku Rummukainen, was interviewed in Skånska Dagbladet on account of the climate talk he gave for the Lund municipality, and companies that are part of the Lund climate collaboration.

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