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  • Environmental policy instruments must be used to deal with global environmental problems

    [11 Jan 2019] Global environmental problems can be addressed by means of policy instruments such as carbon dioxide taxes, building and technology standards and support for new technology, but the issues are complex and several environmental problems must be addressed simultaneously in order to achieve optimal effect. Therefore, different research areas must work together to find solutions. This is evident from an article published in the journal Nature Sustainability.

  • Organic food worse for the climate

    [20 Dec 2018] Organically farmed food has a bigger climate impact than conventionally farmed food, due to the greater areas of land required. This is the finding of a new international study involving Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, published in the journal Nature.

  • A new composite and manufacturing laboratory

    [20 Dec 2018] The demand for lightweight construction materials is constantly increasing, which has led to a greatly increased use of fiber-reinforced polymer composites in weight-optimized structures. Chalmers research is now strengthened with a new laboratory for composite manufacturing.

  • Possible new foods from beer production left-overs

    [20 Dec 2018] The left-overs from beer production ¿ spent grains ¿ contain a high amount of fibers and protein, and could be the basis of new foods. But today, the spent grain often goes to waste, or at best to animal feed. Researchers are now trying to change this.


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