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Research news | 2018-01-24
Former and current PhD students from SRC propose a new framework to help early-career sustainability scholars to become “undisciplinary”
Research news | 2017-09-27
Better understanding of human-nature connections can provide a powerful window into how to drive sustainable behaviour
Research news | 2017-05-30
Emerging research on people’s attachment to places can unlock capacity to better deal with change
Research news | 2017-05-28
Researchers call for a new ”embodied scientific realism” where connections between mind, body and nature are better accounted for
Research news | 2016-11-01
Why future urban design must include cognitive and emotional experiences from inhabitants, not just focus on functionality
Research news | 2015-09-21
Project offers inhabitants of Stockholm the chance to map their favourite and least favourite areas of the city
Research news | 2015-02-10
Children who spend more time in nature show a better understanding of both natural resources and environmental degradation