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African Swine Fever

African swine fever has been detected in a sample from a dead wild boar found in Fagersta municipality, Västmanland County. SLU is requesting that all students and staff in the affected area carefully follow the instructions issued by the Swedish Board of Agriculture and keep themselves updated on developments.

Vårt SLU: Biodiversity Campus Challenge

SLU came second in the competition between 17 European universities!

Employees look for aquatic animals at the pond at Ultuna, photo.

Vårt SLU: Strengthening climate change resilience in the African continent

Together with African universities and researchers, the department of forest economics at SLU works with projects on the role of forests for sustainable development in Africa, especially in terms of climate change.

Francisco engages in conversation about how climate change is affecting cocoa socio-ecological systems with Charles King (Liberian Central Agricultural Research Institute) and Julie Weah (Foundation for Community Initiatives) in Ivory Coast. The visit was sponsored by a FORMAS international network for the SDGs grant.

Reporting incidents at SLU

It is important for SLU to work both proactively and reactively with all kinds of incidents.

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