On November 7, Lund University's organized the annual conference focusing on sustainability research. This year’s theme was "Knowledge for Sustainable Development - How to make impact". The day offered parallel sessions, poster mingling and panel discussions with both researchers from Lund University and external experts.
At the conference, Anna Elfström and Josefine Henman from the IIIEE presented the latest results from the EU 1.5° Lifestyles project on the rebound effects and social risks of lifestyle changes in line with the 1.5° target.
The results were based on the workshops organized in the project's partner countries in recent months, to which so-called pioneers – people who manage to implement significant sustainable lifestyle changes – were invited to discuss the effects of their lifestyle changes and which strategies they used to avoid negative effects.
Read more here (in Swedish).