Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research
Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research (CSPR) has rapidly established itself as a prominent reference point for studies related to climate science and policy research. The research is interdisciplinary and puts problems related to climate change in context with other measures for sustainable development, such as limiting environmental impact and responsible management of natural resources. CSPR’s mission is to develop knowledge, templates and methods for climate research in Sweden and internationally. In order to do this CSPR gathers researchers in the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and in technology.
Eva Lövbrand, Associate Professor in Water and Environmental Studies and a researcher at CSPR, will give a lecture on "Making climate change governable: carbon accounting as political rationality and practice" May 29. 13:15.
Eva Lövbrand is invited expert at the ’Nested Networks’ workshop arranged by the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research in Leipzig, May 22-24. She will discuss the role of international expert institutions such as the IPCC in contemporary climate governance.
Draft on climate adaptation strategy for the Baltic Sea region will be discussed during BaltAdapt´s last policy forum "Third Baltadapt Policy Forum on Climate Change Adaptation in the Baltic Sea Region", 29-30 May, Tallinn, Estonia.
Therese Asplund is presenting a paper "To be or not to be? Swedish farmers´ perceptions of climate change" at the 8th Annual International Symposium on Environment, 13-16 May 2013, Athens, Greece. In the paper, Therese examines how framings of climate change as a natural phenomenon are formed and withheld during focus group discussions .
Sofie Storbjörk & Karolina Isaksson (2013) Learning is our Achilles heel. Conditions for long-term environmental policy integration in Swedish regional development programming, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, DOI:10.1080/09640568.2013.779232
Uhrqvist, O., Governing through knowledge – START and the expansion of global environmental research (2013), In Methmann et al. Interpretive Approaches to Global Climate Governance: (De)constructing the greenhouse, Routledge. London pp., 152-165
Neset, T.S., Cordell, D., and Andersson, L. 2013. The flow of phosphorus in food production and consumption systems. In: Rengel, Z. (Ed) Improving Water- and Nutrient-Use Efficiency in Food Production Systems. John Willey & Sons Inc., pp 123-144. ISBN 978-0-8138-1989-1
Acworth, William and Lövbrand, Eva, 2012, The Rise or Fall of Carbon Markets? Assessing the State and Direction of Carbon Market Governance Post 2012, CSPR Report No 12:02. Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research, Norrköping, Sweden. >>
Milne E, Neufeldt H, Smalligan M, Cerri C et al. Methods for the quantification of GHG emissions at the landscape level for developing countries in smallholder contexts. Environ. Res. Lett. 8 (2013) 015019 (9pp). DOI doi:10.1088/1748-9326/8/1/015019
Last updated: 2013-05-20