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Water

Blåstång

Food & agriculture

“Sweden aims to become a world leader in blue food”

Sweden isn’t going to be the biggest when it comes to food from the sea and lakes – but the best. So says Fredrik Gröndahl, coordinator of a major initiative called Blue Food that brings together research and a range of industry players within aquatic food. The goal is for Swedish aquatic food to be sustainable throughout the journey, from water to plate.

Blåbärsris

Food & agriculture

Wild blueberries – an untapped resource

Only a mere 2–5 percent of berries in Swedish forests get picked. Why isn’t more of this resource being utilised? That’s what researchers at the newly launched centre FINEST are wondering. They want to help local businesses see the potential of wild berries.

Vegetarisk mat

Food & agriculture

Studying the health effects of a plant-based diet

To reduce our carbon dioxide emissions, we’ve got to change our dietary habits and do things like reduce our meat consumption by choosing plant-based alternatives. But what does it mean for our bodies when we cut down on meat and get the all-important proteins from the plant kingdom instead?

Kor

Food & agriculture

Can virtual fencing increase grazing on natural pastures?

Grazing on natural pastures is an underutilised resource today because the land can be difficult to access and impossible to enclose. Can virtual fencing be the solution?

Livsmedelsbutik

Food & agriculture

Our environmental choices are being scanned in the grocery store

Although climate-smart shopping makes you feel good, your wallet can feel the sting. How much extra are we really prepared to pay for more sustainable alternatives?

stratospheric balloon

Climate

Disputed balloon experiment planned in Sweden

In a controversial research project, the United States plans to conduct experiments at the Kiruna space station. The researchers want to test whether it is possible to lower the Earth’s temperature by shutting out the sun’s rays.

jord

Biodiversity

New project unearths the importance of soil

Soil is the foundation we stand on – but it is also an increasingly threatened resource. At the same time, the craze for compost is growing in a burgeoning movement towards plant cultivation. We should embrace this interest in our communities, says artist Janna Holmstedt.