I teach bioenergy, climate and sustainability at the Energy Systems Engineering programme. I work with adminstration of the engineering programmes that SLUhave in collaboration with Uppsala University
My research concerns climate impact and other environmental impacts from bioenergy, food, organic waste and biomaterials. In particular, I am interested in how biochar can improve the impacts from various complex systems, and the methods needed to quantify this. I have projects in Sweden, Kenya and Rwanda.
Azzi ES, Karltun E, Sundberg C, 2021. Assessing the diverse environmental effects of biochar systems: An evaluation framework, Journal of Environmental Management, 286,112154,
Sundberg C, E Karltun, JK Gitau, T Kätterer, GM Kimutai, Y Mahmoud, M Njenga, G Nyberg, K Roing de Nowina, D Roobroeck, P Sieber. 2020. Biochar from cookstoves reduces greenhouse gas emissions from smallholder farms in Africa. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 25, 953–967
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