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How can we "re-puzzle" our lifestyles to meet the 1.5° target?

Foto from a seminar at the city library in Lund

Together with the Lund Society for Nature Conservation, the EU the 1.5° Lifestyles project with IIIEE researchers invited the public to a workshop on climate footprint. The workshop was hosted by Lund's city library.

About 20 Lund residents participated in the workshop, which revolved around what different lifestyle choices mean for the climate. IIIEE researchers Matthias Lehner, Jessika Luth Richter and Anna Elfström were on site using different sets of the climate puzzle which had been developed as part of the EU 1.5° Lifestyles project. Starting from the puzzle, the participants were invited to discuss opportunities and obstacles for different lifestyle choices, and what structural changes are needed to make it easier to live in line with the 1.5° target. The workshop participants showed great enthusiasm for the subject. Moreover, the climate puzzle raised many questions, reflections and new perspectives.

Seminar hall with participants
People at a seminar