New research positions
The programme, which will be officially led by the University of British Columbia, will also support an international education and research network of 30 young marine scientists around the world.
As part of this, Stockholm Resilience Centre will host two new PhD positions and four post-doctoral positions. These researchers will investigate the links between global oceans sustainability, food security and governance, particularly in light of projected substantial increased protein demand due to population growth and per capita consumption.
See video revealing the dramatic reduction of fish in the world's oceans over the last 50 years:
Henrik Österblom: Co-investigator and supervisor
Marc Metian: Nereus Senior Fellow
Andrew Merrie: Nereus Fellow
Max Troell: co-supervisor, Marc Metian
Per Olsson: co-supervisor, Andrew Merrie
Victor Galaz: co-supervisor, Andrew Merrie
Jon Norberg: co-supervisor, Andrew Merrie
Hampus Eriksson: associated in-kind support from Department of Systems Ecology, Stockholm University
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