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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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Sthlm Resilience 10h
Winning awards in conceptual La-la-land. A 2017 paper written by a group of former SRC PhD's: has won 'Outstanding Article Award' 4 the journal Sustainability Science. Read the paper free for the next 2 months: Image:
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Sthlm Resilience 10h
Fair point Graeme, will remove and repost with a different picture. The picture used was the one associated with the article that accompanied the release of that paper.
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Future Earth 12h
The human tendency to look around at what our neighbors are generally doing and adhere to the social norms we observe can be a powerful force standing in the way of . From :
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Future Earth 10h
Future Earth invites you to contribute to research priorities and recommendations on and global change, as input to a scoping process:
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BES Policy Team 12h
Fascinating study from ❗️ When making environmental decisions, the social science can be as valuable as ecological knowledge 👥🌱
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Pew EU 11h
Fishing vessels that rely on subsidies to travel farther and longer than might otherwise be profitable are a relentless strain on the ocean.
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Dario Piselli 12h
Looking forward to new / 's SDG Index and Dashboards being released this week. We are at 1/3 of the way towards deadline and it is time for some serious stocktaking.
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SIANI Agriculture 11h
Jennifer Schulz at explains Urban Food Forests - the complex systems for creating multifunctional urban green spaces Check out the project (in German!) here:
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Jan Kuiper 13h
First stakeholder workshop Positive Nature Futures in Nationaal Park Hollandse Duinen
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SwedBio 15h
here at presenting recent work on fish-based for in the Solomon Islands that is going on at - one of ’s partner organizations!
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IPBES 16h
Human action has deeply altered the we depend upon, but transformative changes can still enable us to preserve and meet the . Today 1:15pm , Co-chair Josef Settele outlines paths to a sustainable future.
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NatureSustainability 16h
Dryland ecosystems are extremely vulnerable, every day. How can we achieve land degradation neutrality? Today's UN World Day to Combat Desertification
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Simon West 16h
'Introducing a practice perspective on for adaptive management': New open access article in , with Ruth Beilin and , featuring a beautiful drawing by
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Fabrice DeClerck 16h
What comes after the EAT-Lancet Commission? Happy to be kicking off the Blue Foods Assessment tackling the health and sustainability of all things in water with and send us the questions you think this work needs to cover.
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Sthlm Resilience 19h
Last week was Key focus was laying out the case & the evidence for a 'planetary health diet.' In a post for Swedish International Agricultural Network Initiative, , ex-SRC PhD student shares her reflections -
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SwedBio 19h
Do you ever wish that there was a guide on and how to weave them into the & the post-2020 global framework? You're in luck! We have produced a handbook on a human right to a healthy which you can download here:
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Kate Raworth Jun 16
Meet the women who won’t let the Anthropocene become a Manthropocene - Elle magazine picks 27 fab ones but there are many many more....
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Rich Pancost Jun 16
The mineral dilemma: A global switch to electric cars based on 2018 figures = annual production increase for neodymium and dysprosium by 70%; copper output must more than double; cobalt output must increase over 3x for the entire period from now til 2050
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Delphine Larrousse Jun 16
A big thanks & kuddos to all the wonderfully committed team for organizing such an inspiring & memorable event! Delighted to have participated & met so many like-minded people. more committed than ever to continue working for healthier diets 🌶 🥦🥬🥕
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Katharina Hölscher Jun 16
New paper: learning about how to develop capacities for urban governance and the case of New York City! With
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