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Hanna Ahlström 5h
Very happy with timing: here I am at the Docent lecture of on ‘Where’s the human? A social-ecological systems view on Earth system analysis’.
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Columbia Univ Press Apr 22
In PERISHABILITY FATIGUE Vincent Bruyere offers a look at the present we live in through a fresh lens: the difference between storage and burial in the age of .
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William C. Clark 4 Dec 17
Replying to @sthlmresilience
Good. But sustainable development is grounded not only in natural capital, but also in other capital assets: human, manufactured, social and knowledge. must grapple with management of full bundle of assets and tradeoffs among them.
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Nathan J Bennett 13 Dec 17
Good interdisciplinary scholarship requires humility and an open mind - in order to be able to engage with people who think different than you, use different methods than you, and whose results may conflict with yours.
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Amy Tuininga May 21
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Vanessa Burton 8 Nov 17
? Because I want research to help us make the best decisions about land use, so that current and future generations can flourish in healthy, beautiful and biodiversity rich landscapes 🤓🌲🌳🏞️
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Marianne Falardeau 21 May 17
Trip to Rovaniemi in the Lapland to visit ! I'm very thrilled to be in the European Arctic to discuss !
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Sthlm Resilience 4 Jan 18
Want to learn about making ? Master's-level course on Urban Social-Ecological Systems for late applicants is now open! Details in the flyer below and here on our website:
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Stephen Woroniecki Sep 12
Tomorrow I present on Confronting the relational , a seminar. I'll introduce the relevance of to , using a playful experiment All warmly welcome!
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Eeva Furman Apr 26
Are you interested? In search a senior researcher to explore conditions for sustainable transportation and mobility systems in SYKE’s multi-disciplinary projects.
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Jaana Helminen May 17
"The way things are done shapes options for action that might become habit." So we do need e.g. intellectual freedom from technological rationality. - Dr. Katharine Farrell
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Jaana Helminen May 17
To me, the complexity and importance of sustainability is a driving force. Therefore my research is part of this depated science, sustainability science.
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Urban Environmental Policy Research Group May 17
Back from lunch! Now Henrik Thorén (@Protocolme ) gives us food for thought before group discussion: is a field rather than a discipline, and what we actually mean when we talk about fields of science?
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BISC2019 Mar 29
„Transdisciplinary Research for Sustainability Science“ Sofia Maniatakou and Luigi Piemontese from are presenting their case study in Greece at
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dr. idil gaziulusoy Feb 6
Wonderful to see is taking decolonisation of research taking seriously. But we need to take this thinking from marginalised conference tracks to the mainstream of .
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Kaisa Manninen Jun 28
I and presented our findings on how organizational and guide company to integrate strong sustainability into business strategy . Thanks for chairing the wonderful session on and
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Kaisa Korhonen-Kurki 2 Nov 17
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Neil Adger Mar 4
How we think about water and place affects how we think about solutions to hazards and risk. New in-depth analysis in from and colleagues @matildatemperley
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Abid Mehmood 16 Mar 18
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Akademi Sains Malaysia Apr 27
Prof Dato' Aishah Bidin: "Multidisciplinary approach and symbiotic relationship between natural sciences and social science & humanities will support good governance to ensure effective sustainable development".
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