A new doctorate has examined the consequences of EU’s climate policies on the European and Southeastern American forest biomass markets. The results show that these consequences could be large and that policy makers must have very clear goals for the preferred ways to solve the shift from the present fossil fuel-based energy system to a less carbon-intensive one.
Interested in sustainable use of grasslands and greenhouse gas emissions? MINA offers interested students the opportunity to participiate in a two-week summer course in China learning about soil and grassland management. The master's course offers a unique learning environment for scientific and cultural exchange. The project covers airfare and lodging.
The Faculty of Environmental Sciences and Natural Resource Management (MINA) is the university's competence centre on nature and the environment, sustainable use of natural resources, biological and geological processes.