Now we are members of The Swedish Climate Network The student group involved in the project Green Schools Green Future in the Upper Secondary School Vipan has become a member of the Swedish Climate Network, witch brings together organizations and individuals who take the warnings of climate research fully seriously. We want Sweden to take the lead in a quick and fair global […]

The Extinction Rebellion

I have been in London for a few days and I have been involved in things, really important things, namely The Extinction Rebellion. The big demonstration that cut the traffic in London and which was visited yesterday by Greta Thunberg. The demonstration has created chaos but also attracted attention to the climate issue by placing […]

The Callendar effect

The inventor and engineer Guy Steward Callendar came to be the man who resurrected the issue of the importance of CO2 content for the climate. In the 1930s, Callendar performed a variety of meteorological measurements and also used measurements made in the 19th century. These measurements showed, on the one hand, that the CO2 content […]

Joseph Fourier and the “Greenhouse Effect”

The French mathematician and physicist Joseph Fourier calculated in 1824 that the earth should be colder than it actually is based on the planet’s distance from the sun. One of the reasons for the heat, considered Fourier, could be that the atmosphere has an insulating effect like the glass walls of a greenhouse. He never […]

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) The IIIEE at Lund university has developed three MOOCs in the Greening the Economy series. The original and first MOOC is called “Greening the Economy: Lessons from Scandinavia”. The second MOOC is entitled “Greening the Economy: Sustainable Cities” and it builds on the series. The third MOOC in the series is called “Circular Economy” […]