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"I am very pleased to join the new commission initiated by the Swedish Government. My contribution will primarily be to position the future of Sweden in the context of global change and sustainable development", says Rockström.
The commission is going to present a report by March 2013. The report will identify the social challenges facing Sweden and present strategies to address these challenges.
The commission's task is to draw a picture of the global changes taking place and to actively take up the discussion and debate on how the world is changing.
The conclusions will then be the base for the Swedish Government in its ongoing work.
About Johan Rockström
Research news | 2018-09-24
New report on the links between environmental tipping points and global investors such as banks and pension funds
Research news | 2018-09-18
Why the concept of stewardship offers a platform for collaboration and dialogue between actors, even with differing perspectives
Research news | 2018-09-14
The world needs a much more ambitious work plan to halt species loss and restore biodiversity. Here are three steps to get there
Research news | 2018-09-13
Digital revolution and market forces poised to drive economic transformation away from fossil fuels, but not without the right policy mix and bold climate leadership
Research news | 2018-09-12
Centre launches new online platform for resilience assessments, representing a major innovation in resilience practice
Research news | 2018-09-06
Water and land governance need to consider effects of distant land-use change, because local land-use decisions are not as local as we have always assumed