In an interview with Kevin Noone, Professor at Stockholm University's Department of Environmental Science and a dedicated member of the Bolin Centre, we explore his journey with the Bolin Centre for Climate Research.
While there is cause for concern, it should be based on sound science and extensive observations that continuously monitor the strength of the Gulf Stream, says Léon Chafik to Forskning & Framsteg.
The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation has published a report on Ilona Riipinen's project Mapping the unexplored impact of forest on climate.
Black carbon are tiny airborne particles that are able to absorb solar radiation, making them, despite their size, an important part of the climate system.
Microbes, bacteria and fungi, are by far the most important factor in determining how much carbon is stored in the soil, according to a new study in Nature with two co-authors from Stockholm University. Read more ...