Feature on the climate warming potential of brown carbon over South Asia based on a study by ACES researchers and international collaborators.
Merle Plassmann, ACES, interviewed in Swedish radio about how highly fluorinated chemicals from ski waxes are left in the snow after the ski race Vasaloppet.
Professor Örjan Gustafsson is interviewed about his research on Arctic permafrost in the EU Research & Innovation magazine Horizon.
Professor Magnus Breitholtz, Head of Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES), comments in Swedish Radio on EU Parliament Votes to Ban Single-Use Plastics.
The newspaper Svenska Dagbladet writes about the research on what causes the poor health of perch in the Baltic Sea. The project is part of Johan Gustafssons doctoral project at ACES.
Professor Cynthia de Wit at the Department of Environmental Science and Analytical Chemistry (ACES) is interviewed in Vetenskapsradion, Swedish radio, about how PCB threatens top predators in the Arctic.
Kevin Noone at ACES discusses the political parties’ most important climate proposals in Swedish radio today at 14.03 together with Anna Rutgersson, Professor in Meteorology, Uppsala University.
Kevin Noone, ACES, discusses the shift to a fossil-free society in Klotet, Swedish radio, together with Isabella Lövin, Minister for International Development Cooperation and Climate, and Deputy Prime Minister (MP), and Rickard Nordin, Member of Parliament (C).
Marlene Ågerstrand, researcher at ACES, is interviewed about how academic research could be used to ensure that chemicals policy is based on all reliable and relevant information.