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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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CGIAR 2h
vacancy at for Scientist/Senior Scientist funded under to serve in its ICRISAT Bamako, Mali Office. For more info and to apply:
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Journal of Applied Ecology 2h
Is it possible to meet food demands and increase production without the damaging costs to the environment? Patrick White et al. tackle this challenge
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CGIAR FTA 2h
Getting relations right is a key ingredient in any plan to successfully achieve outcomes.
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Victor Galaz 3h
There is no simple metaphor for climate change as I see it. The implications are complex, multisectoral and unique in many ways, both across temporal and spatial scales. As Earth systems scientists put it, we are in a “no-analogue state”. Let’s be honest abt that fact.
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Garry Peterson 4h
Half of England is owned by less than 1% of the population - How does this wealth inequality shape social-ecological dynamics?
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LSE Impact Blog 4h
Self-organising peer review for preprints - A future paradigm for scholarly publishing
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Rika Preiser 13h
Very grateful for the recognition by for the innovation that shaped this collaboration on how to think radically yet realistically about envisioning positive and hopeful anthropocene futures!
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SwedBio 4h
We are very pleased to share with you that our partners are having their 1st general assembly the 18-19th April! Check out their website for more information on LIVESTREAMING
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Sthlm Resilience 4h
Vive la Resistance! actually, no - Keeping pests & pathogens under control is fundamental for our ability to grow our food. Use of genetically engineered Bt crops is now widespread but several pests are becoming resistant. What to do?
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AndrewJenksNZ 19h
Thank you Sudvhir, was super interesting and looking forward now to seeing a range of NZ participants in the in June in Stockholm.
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Garry Peterson 20h
Thread -> multiple new more detailed process based climate models independently suggest climate sensitivity is higher than previous models + paleo analysis have suggested. Unclear why?
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Johan Rockström 17h
Satellite images show how global warming hits Europe with amplified climate extremes causing social-ecological mess
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Albert Norström 16h
This started as an audacious and experimental workshop hosted/funded by and . Its now a growing and energetic project with multiple strands and collaborators! And I never want to stop being part of it!!!
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Sthlm Resilience 19h
Several centre researchers among the winners of the 2019 awards for their outstanding contributions to ecology. Congrats! Read more here
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Ana Paula D Aguiar 23h
The dark side of "feeding the world" and agriculture intensification in countries like Brazil. Excessive use of pesticides and other agrochemicals seriously affecting water quality and local population health.
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IPBES Apr 17
Does the world really need another report about the destruction of nature? Can anything we do still make a difference? Yes! On 6 May the of will arm decision-makers with the evidence they need to make better choices for people and .
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Global Resilience Apr 17
. and launches a new framework to monitor, evaluate, and report among cities. Read more ->
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UNEP-WCMC Apr 16
The World Database on Protected Areas turns 60! New paper published today delves into its past, present and future, and how it's supporting a future for biodiversity and people
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Hakai Magazine Apr 16
Our oceans and the life forms they support are under siege:
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