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BalticSTERN is a response to calls by Nordic Ministers for the Environment in 2008 and 2009, asking for Stern-like analyses to be made for the Nordic Seas, referring to the review on economics of climate change by Sir Nicolas Stern, made on assignment by the British Prime Minister, and published in 2007. The acronym STERN in BalticSTERN stands for Systems Tools and Ecological-economic evaluation - a Research Network.
The BalticSTERN Secretariat coordinates the network and communicates the results. An aim is also to contribute to the science-policy dialogue on the management of the Baltic Sea and to discuss policy instruments for reaching environmental targets.
Research news | 2018-04-19
New study of UNESCO biosphere reserves sheds light on how people learn to live with social-ecological complexity
Research news | 2018-04-16
Entrepreneurs, NGO’s and others working on transforming the agricultural system into a more sustainable one struggle amid dominant focus on growth-oriented strategies
Research news | 2018-04-12
New documentary film highlights social-ecological challenges facing Ethiopia's food production systems
Educational news | 2018-04-12
Will help practitioners use resilience thinking as a tool to improve development practice
General news | 2018-04-12
The Stockholm Resilience Centre launches new voluntary system for staff to set targets to reduce emissions
Research news | 2018-04-11
Conservation efforts in tropical forest communities have great potential but must avoid exacerbating income inequalities