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Conference of Parties, COP21 in Paris 2015.

Learning how to Tackle Climate Change in Five Easy Lessons

A summary of Climate Change Education within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) by Harriet Thew (1) and Cecilia Wesslén (2)

Aurora

Being isolated in Northern Sweden

Swedish Lapland, Kiruna - It is 04h30 in the morning and lidar observations are ongoing. Outside temperature is 29°C in the negative. The sky is clear and a massive aurora display is fading. The darkness returns. Within the Arctic circle, winter reigns!

Radio1

Radio Elan

Late in November, just before the UN climate change conference was about to begin in Paris, some of our French speaking scientists got the oppurtunity to answer questions about the climate and environment from a 10-year old student at the Frech Shoool St Louis.

Henning Rodhe web

Volvo Environment Prize 2015

Henning Rodhe, Professor of Chemical Meteorology at MISU, receives the Volvo Environment Prize 2015 for his contributions to the understanding of the world’s atmosphere. His pioneering work explains how gases and particles are transported and deposited and how they affect climate, ecosystems and human health.

RGB composite to detect airmasses 19/9-12 (copyright 2012 EUMETSAT).

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MISU News

  • Learning how to Tackle Climate Change in Five Easy Lessons 2016-02-05 A summary of Climate Change Education within the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) by Harriet Thew (1) and Cecilia Wesslén (2)
  • Being isolated in Northern Sweden 2016-02-01 Swedish Lapland, Kiruna - It is 04h30 in the morning and lidar observations are ongoing. Outside temperature is 29°C in the negative. The sky is clear and a massive aurora display is fading. The darkness returns. Within the Arctic circle, winter reigns!
  • Vacancies 2016-01-19 MISU are looking for 2 PhD students, one in Arctic aerosols and clouds and one in ocean and climate modeling. Deadline for applications is February 15, 2016.