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Sthlm Resilience
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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Sthlm Resilience 6h
Authors from 11 research institutions have worked together to reframe the narrative for sustainable seafood with an aim to integrate seafood sustainability into global food production, trade and consumption.
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Sthlm Resilience 20h
Swedish archipelago fishers are increasingly dependent on the critically endangered European eel, a situation that can be traced back to the 1930s. They're now stuck in a "social-ecological trap". The longer they go on, the more difficult to escape.
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Tobias Plieninger Nov 28
Natural resource management often fails to understand social-ecological diversity & dynamics due to lack of data. Interesting study on how to apply social-ecological systems thinking in data-poor regions by et al.
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Sthlm Resilience Nov 28
"We may not have a blueprint for action towards sustainable food systems, but there is broad support for both food system transformation and Nordic collaboration to tackle food system challenges," says
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Global Fishing Watch Nov 28
Martin Exel, managing director of Seafood Business for Ocean Stewardship (SeaBOS), speaks on the importance of the seafood industry’s role in promoting transparency and sustainability. Watch the video and read more:
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Sthlm Resilience Nov 28
Researchers have developed a model that more accurately can assess how green areas help cool the effects of urban heat islands. This will add weight to the reasons why green areas are crucial to our increasingly dense cities.
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IASC COMMONS Nov 27
Call for Abstracts for the Commoning the Anthropocene Virtual Conference in April 2021 can be found athttps://2021anthropocene.iasc-commons.org/
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Sarah Cornell Nov 27
All scientists - read and inwardly digest this post!! matters!
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Sthlm Resilience Nov 27
We need a systems approach to water management where is not prioritised ahead of the sustainable stewardship of water & its vital functions. "Water resilient biosphere stewardship is the hope for ending poverty & hunger"- Malin Falkenmark.
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Global Resilience Nov 27
Be sure to check out this article. This one is on how informal settlers are building in the face of compounding shocks. Read more ⬇️
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Leandra Gonçalves Nov 27
If you like trans/interdisciplinary science and/or sustainability science, you should definitely read this piece ! And of course if you are up to a change the things are done... this is a mandatory reading
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Global Resilience Nov 26
Together with and , we're ! A and . Tomorrow (27 Nov) is the last day to apply!
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Sthlm Resilience Nov 27
Improved varieties of wheat were introduced in the Pamirs in the 1990s. They were meant to address a hunger crisis that was a result of the civil war. For the first few of seasons the new varieties grew well, but after that yields dwindled to nothing.
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Sarah Cornell Nov 26
Me too!! opens up vital discussions on science, business and governance for .
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Ocean Panel Nov 25
From Dec 3: countries will host national launch events following the launch of the new agenda for a . From Fiji to Mexico, you can join an event near you or on the other side of the world. Tune in here:
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Office of Science & Innovation, New Delhi Nov 26
This resilience scientist helps the world understand & address complex sustainability challenges. Do you know what inspires HER? Join : Women Leading the Way , Dec 7 ✍️
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Nordic Co-operation Nov 26
How can the Nordics tackle food system challenges?🍽️ New insight papers show the great potential of Nordic countries working together to improve food systems across the region.⬇️
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Line Gordon Nov 26
Insights on food system transformations in the Nordic Countries. Lots of opportunities, but big hurdles remain. Work brilliantly led by
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Global Resilience Nov 26
We are co-hosting two sessions at ’s Global Forum during 2️⃣ is a moderated discussion around post . 🔹 What are the key attributes of resilience? 🔹 How can policy actors build resilience? Register ➡️
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Sthlm Resilience Nov 26
How do you maintain the resilience of an aquatic-terrestrial agricultural system more than 1000 years old? The chinampa system, an agricultural wetland system found in Xochimilco in the southern periphery of Mexico City, could hold the answer.
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