Inför starten av konferensen Baltic Sea Future den 8–9 mars på Stockholmsmässan skriver klimatforskare vid Stockholms universitet en debattartikel i tidningen Dagens Samhälle om hur klimatförändringarna påverkar Östersjön.
Kevin Noone, Institutionen för miljövetenskap och analytisk kemi (ACES), och Maria Grahn, Chalmers, diskuterar tekniken med att fånga in koldioxid i radioprogrammet Klotet i P1.
The paper by ACES researcher Jana Weiss and colleagues where they found brominated chemicals in the blood of indoor cats was featured in major Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet.
Feature article about the paper by ACES professor Ian Cousins and colleagues in Switzerland and the USA where they called for global action to better regulate production and use of the high number of PFAS currently on the market.
Overlooked PFASs: A ‘Major Concern for Society’ Endocrine-disruption chemicals that are still on the market need attention
Feature article about the article by ACES professor Ian Cousins and colleagues in Switzerland and USA about how to best deal with the high number of PFAS currently on the market.
ACES professor Ian Cousins was interviewed about an article he co-authored with colleagues from Switzerland and the US on how to best deal with large number of PFAS currently on the market. From 2’30” (in Swedish)
An article based on the work of ACES researcher Claudia Lindim has been published in the current issue of the Science for Environment Policy News Alert issued by the European Commission.