Resources: Climate change

Last changed: 03 May 2021

Here we present a selection of popular science resources within the area of climate change, produced at SLU or through our different partnerships.

Scientific articles can be found here.







Reports and more

 Just Transitions. Gender and Power in India's Climate Policies

 Professor Seema Arora-Jonsson, SLU, is the co-editor and she   has also co-authored a couple of the book chapters. Routledge 2023.



 Rainfed systems intensification and scaling of water and soil   management

 Four case studies of development in family farming
 Editors: Jennie Barron & Anna Tengberg. SLU 2023



 Grazing with trees. A silvopastoral approach to managing     and restoring drylands

 SLU researcher Aida Bargues Tobella has co-authored the   report.

 FAO 2022



A guide to forest–water management

SLU researcher Aida Bargues Tobella has co-authored the report.






Water productivity, the yield gap, and nutrition. The case of Ethiopia

By Jan Lundqvist, Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), Louise Malmquist, SLU, Paulo Dias, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Jennie Barron, SLU, Mekonnen B. Wakeyo, Policy Studies Institute (PSI), Ethiopia

An FAO Land and Water Discussion Paper 2021

Harnessing nature-based solutions for smallholder plant health in a changing climate. 

SLU Global, 2021.






Applying three dimensions of sustainability for a better food system and better nutrition. Knowledge, cooperation and innovation.

By the Swedish FAO Committee, February 2021.

Read a news article about the report.




Overcoming water challenges in agriculture
Latest isssue of the State of Food and Agriculture 2020, by FAO.
With contributions by SLU researcher Jennie Barron.

Read a news article about the report here.





Evaluation of SLU-Vietnam collaborations 1977-2018

SLU Global 2020.






Book cover

Towards 2030 – sustainability as the business case for agriculture and forestry  
By the Swedish FAO-Committee. 2019
Read the news article about the publication here.







Sustainable Development Goals: Their Impacts on Forests and People
A new comprehensive assessment of potential and  anticipated impacts of efforts towards attaining the    different Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on forests and forest-related livelihoods and development. Seema Arora-Jonsson, professor in Rural Development at  SLU, has contributed to the chapter on SDG 5: Gender Equality and to the chapter on SDG 16: Peace, justice and
strong institutions.


Book cover

Acheiving the Global Goals through agroforestry
By Agroforestry Network. 2018





Book cover

Sustainable Food and Agriculture: An Integrated  Approach 
By the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United  Nations. 2018
Read a news article about the book here



Mountain ecosystem services and climate change: A global overview of potential threats and strategies for adaptation 
Edited by Egan & Price. 
UNESCO Publishing. 2017


Here is a selection of videos connected to Climate change. For more filmed material, please visit SLU Global's YouTube channel.

Smallholder plant health in a changing climate - harnessing nature-based solutions. SLU Global, March, 2021.
This film is about plant health in low- and middle income countries and based on the report Harnessing nature-based solutions for smallholder plant health in a changing climate.


Agricultural transformation and climate change. SLU Global Seminar, March 2018.
A seminar by Bruce Campbell Director of the CGIAR Research Program (CRP) Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) when visiting SLU on 29 March 2018.

Escaping the pastoralist paradox in the face of climate change.
A research project started in 2018 by SLU, University of Gothenburg and University of Nairobi. In this film, researchers and research assistants describes the plans for the project, in West Pokot, Kenya. February 2018, SLU Global.





Related pages: