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Biodiversity and Ecosystem services in a changing climate (BECC)

A strategic research area that brings 140 senior and 80 junior researcher in 12 departments at Lund and Gothenburg together.

BECC is a strategic research area that strives for a better understanding of the impacts of climate change and land use decisions on terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity, addressing the consequences of ecosystem changes for human beings and socio-economic systems.

BECC aims to:

  • assess climate change impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem, with a particular focus on forest, agricultural and subarctic ecosystems.
  • support policymakers through the scientific evaluation of policy options combining adaptation and mitigation strategies to climate change with conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem resilience.
  • create synergies and added value to the climate impacts research at Lund and Gothenburg universities across disciplines like empirical ecology, economics and social science.

 

Learn more on the projects external site:

www.becc.lu.se

Researchers on the project