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Department of Animal Nutrition and Management

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Drylands Josefine Krueger

When doing my master’s degree in Global Studies at University of Gothenburg, I attended a course on adaptation to climate change organized by Per Knutsson who is one of the social scientists in the

Drylands Theresa Sänger

Last year, I took a course lectured by Per Knutson and, in the context of this, got to know about the Drylands Transform Project. The project with its different objectives and interdisciplinary

DT film from IGAD

One of our collaborating partners in Drylands Transform is the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD). Their work on dissemination of project activities is ongoing and has among other

Grazing living lab seminar - Grazing in the North

Grazing living lab seminar - Grazing in the North marie.liljeholm@slu.se In SustAinimal we investigate how grazing is conducted and how it can be conducted in the future via our Grazing Living Labs

Halftime seminar: Quentin Lardy

Halftime seminar: Quentin Lardy marie.liljeholm@slu.se Welcome to a halftime seminar for Ph D student Quentin Lardy (SLU - NIBIO),  with the title “Grazing at high latitudes”. Linc to recorded

HUV-fika - workshop about how to create accessible documents for the web

HUV-fika - workshop about how to make accessible documents for the web marie.liljeholm@slu.se Marie Liljeholm talks about accessibility and shows how to improve the accessibility of documents for

HUV-fika - department info

HUV-fika - department info marie.liljeholm@slu.se Uppsala och Zoom Ewa Wredle, Head of department ewa.wredle@slu.se, +46 18-67 26 99 Department of Animal Nutrition and Management, SLU

Workshop Data management plan

Workshop Data management plan marie.liljeholm@slu.se Dear all, as you know you have to make a data mgt plan for your different projects. Info from our Data Management Support says “All who are

New report from Mistra about grass-clover to pigs

It is possible to reduce the climate footprint of pork by replacing part of the pigs' traditional feed ley crops. The purpose of this study was to estimate the climate effect from a life cycle

DT Caroline Kawira

East Africa is currently facing its worst famine in decades and over 50 million people are affected. The drought-affected areas are worst hit and this is where the SLU-led project Drylands Transform

Sustainable aquatic feeds for resilient aquatic food systems in Sub-Saharan Africa

SLU is the academic partner in a collaborative WorldFish project in Sub-Saharan Africa. The project will run until 2027 and aims to increase the income and improve food security of 5,000 smallholder

DT Gully rehabilitation

One of the Livestock café sites in the SLU-led Drylands Transform project was heavily eroded and parts of the land was impossible to use unless the gullies were rehabilitated. This gave the project a