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Swedish Biodiversity Centre (CBM)

The Swedish Biodiversity Centre (CBM) is Sweden's national centre for promoting sustainable use of biodiversity. CBM is a joint venture between Uppsala University and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences SLU, and is located on Ultuna campus south of Uppsala centre.

There are 16 pages tagged with Swedish biodiversity centre (CBM):

Webinar: “Ongoing Nordic projects - heritage cereals”

Recently, Häme University of Applied Sciences (HAMK, Finland) and Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU, Sweden) arranged a webinar on the topic “Ongoing Nordic projects - heritage cereals

New research funding for sustainable landscapes

In order to safeguard biodiversity and multifunctional landscapes, the conventional governance and management associated with the ecosystem approach needs to be fundamentally changed. Reforms are

Plant Health seminar

Healthy harvests in a changing climate agnes.bondesson@slu.se Plant health film Smallholder plant health in a changing climate - harnessing nature-based solutions. A seven minute film about plant

Modernization of rural settlements may harm farmland bird populations

Modernization of villages is likely an important cause of farmland bird decline in both villages and agricultural fields, according to a recent study by researchers from Poland and SLU. This new

New projects on continuous cover forestry

New projects on continuous cover forestry teresia.borgman@slu.se The Future Forests platform invites researchers to a workshop on potential new research projects on continuous cover forestry. This

Future Forests Excursion

Excursion with Future Forests teresia.borgman@slu.se The Future Forests platform invites you to a forest excursion to facilitate dialogue and exchange knowledge. We will highlight some of the

Worth Knowing Ultuna

Worth Knowing Ultuna – Swedish perspectives on an issue of life It's time for a new lecture in the popular series Worth Knowing. Now it is Research Group Leader Håkan Tunón at SLU Swedish

Kunming Declaration on Biodiversity

The Kunming Declaration was adopted at the United Nations’ conference on biodiversity in Kunming, China, called the COP15, where more than 100 countries of the world pledged their intent to restore

Old floras reveal shifts in the flowering season in response to a warming climate

SLU researcher Alistair Auffret discovered a new way to track plant responses to climate change. Delving into floras and wildflower guides from the late 1700 until 2018, he could show how species are

SLU Artdatabankens naturvårdspris 2021 går till Mats Rosenberg

SLU Artdatabankens naturvårdspris 2021 går till Mats Rosenberg för hans livsverk att omvandla ett av människan förstört och sargat landskap till ett biologiskt myllrande område, numera Oset och

Bridges – koalition inom hållbarhet

On the 24-25 May, the inaugural meeting of BRIDGES, a UNESCO coalition, is taking place. Among the participants from Sweden is SLU Swedish Biodiversity Centre. BRIDGES is a global sustainability

Ground beetle communities lose species and functionality following intensive forest fertilization

Researchers at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) reported the overall negative effect of boreal forest fertilization on ground beetle assemblages that could potentially lead to