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Permafrost soils store large quantities of frozen carbon, which are important for the global climate. As permafrost thaws these soils warm up and release previously frozen carbon, as well as at the same time form new lakes. A study published in Nature Communications, led by researchers from the Climate Impacts Research Centre (CIRC) at Umeå University, Sweden, shows that greenhouse gas emissions from permafrost-affected lakes of Western Siberia are high, but might decrease as permafrost thaws.
The iProcureNet survey on joint public procurement practices is open until 30th November. The results of this survey will feed into our feasibility studies, helping to establish joint procurement pathways and policy recommendations, and ultimately building the Common European Security market.
Participants from regional and national authorities, state agencies, rescue services and fire departments will participate in the workshop aimed at identifying their needs for the future ResponDrone System.
Scientists have developed a new method for producing a compound to replace polyethylene terephthalate (PET) in food and beverage packaging.
In order to minimise waste and pollution, cities will need to revert to a regenerative food system based on the principles of a circular economy. Achieving this could result in annual global benefits worth USD 2.7 trillion by 2050. European cities are uniquely positioned to address this complex problem through practical experimentation and innovation.
Scientists have successfully captured otherwise emitted CO2, and turned it into carbonate minerals deep underground in less than 2 years.
Arctic waters contributes significantly to global carbon dioxide emissions. Gerard Rocher-Ros states that in order to accurately predict climate change we need to better understand how carbon dioxide is being emitted from rivers and lakes. Gerard defends his thesis on Friday June 14 at Umeå University.
Time: Mon 2019-11-25 13.00 Location: Sahara, Teknikringen 10B, Stockholm (English) Type of event: Licentiate seminars
Time: Mon 2019-11-25 13.00 Location: Sahara, Teknikringen 10B, Stockholm (English) Type of event: Licentiate seminars