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Stockholm Resilience Centre, at Stockholm University, advances research on resilience - the capacity to deal with change & continue to develop. RT ≠ endorsement
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Global Resilience Aug 14
Are you attending ? Join us on 3 September at the Stepping up Action on Delivering a Resilient Future side event to explore transformative actions and innovations in advance of the UN Climate Action Summit.
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We continue our occasional series highlighting the very special individuals who make up our International Science Advisory Board. Prof has been with us since the beginning and has played a very important role in our evolution & our success:
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 16
Deeply learning the complex, dynamic, networked earth system - We would like to remind our community about an upcoming seminar with on 21st of August, here in Stockholm about new physical/machine hybrid modelling approaches:
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 15
Replying to @blackskygroup
Thank you for sharing this work!
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SEI Research Aug 15
The African Conference on Edible Insects kicked off yesterday in Zimbabwe. Watch the film with key players on : Follow for more coverage.
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Natural Capital Coalition Aug 15
One of Britain’s largest natural history collections to shroud exhibits of endangered species in black mourning veils. A senior curator said the museum wanted to respond to the seriousness of the biodiversity crisis highlighted in .
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Journal of Applied Ecology Aug 15
How are advances in remote tracking technology helping protect from fishery bycatch risks?
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IPBES Aug 14
🌳Some say the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago 🌳Others grabbed shovels and are planting millions of trees. are in focus more than ever (via Trends) Here are some of the most ambitious plans
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Jan Kuiper Aug 15
Hé scenario people! With and others we're developing a website about planning, centered on a collection of case studies. What would you like to see on such a website; What draws your attention? And your stakeholders?
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 15
Adding realism to risks - A new study led by Anne-Sophie Crépin adds more realism to economic models through the introduce the concept of “inertia risk” to model catastrophic climate related & environmental risks with delayed impacts:
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 14
Sustainable Cashmere? As a proud partner of the , we are proud to share this video as an excellent example of cross-sector collaboration around healthy rangelands and sustainable livelihoods in Mongolia's Gobi Desert:
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 13
We know that there is a global crisis around the rapid rise of antimicrobial resistance but how might we determine the optimal antimicrobial use in agriculture? This new work co-authored by SRC's is published in
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 13
VACANCY: looking to recruit 2 Post-Doctoral Research Associates on Nature's contribution to poverty alleviation, wellbeing and the SDGs. Work will involve 4 weeks at for data analysis. Read more:
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 12
Nurturing nature - New publication led by SRC's in explores how environmental stewardship attitudes are influenced by the benefits humans receive from their environment:
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 10
As we face rapid degradation of ecosystems & and search 4 solutions, it is critical that we stay reflective and self-critical. For a saturday , we would like to share a recent investigation into carbon offsetting:
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 9
Labelling salmon - New - Are certification schemes contributing to better environmental performance or are they just a way for corporations to influence conscious consumers without changing very much at all? Well...it depends...
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 8
The makes the case that a diet is critical in mitigating - Report supports the findings of SRC researchers & others as part of the EAT-Lancet Commission on the the 'Planetary Health Diet.' -
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 8
It's all about the safe operating space - 10 years has passed since the original publication of the planetary boundaries concept. New work assesses the academic research and discussion sparked by the concept – a discussion that is still going strong...
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Hakai Magazine Aug 7
What the Seas Will Swallow Alex MacLean’s aerial images of the US East Coast convey just how much infrastructure perches in the coastal danger zone. (More: )
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Sthlm Resilience Aug 7
Replying to @eccemarco
Thank you for sharing Marco!
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