This model represents new way of viewing the Sustainable Development Goals and how they are all linked to food. It calls for a shift away from the current sectorial approach where social, economic, and ecological development are seen as separate parts. Instead we must transition toward a logic where the economy serves society so that it evolves within the safe operating space of the planet.
Research news | 2019-02-21
Coral reefs face a new reality dominated by human impact and it is time for traditional coral reef ecological paradigms to follow suit
Research news | 2019-02-19
Better understanding of how organism traits in species communities change over time can prevent ecological collapse and improve ecological restoration
Research news | 2019-02-16
Centre partner in ambitious research to gain a deeper understanding of the relationship between humans and their environment in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
Research news | 2019-02-15
Centre workshop presents multiple perspectives and discusses current concerns about the region. Watch videos here.
Research news | 2019-02-13
With a suite of benefits, participatory research has become increasingly popular. But there are many challenges too. Researchers examine the method and share their own experiences
Research news | 2019-02-13
Despite a variety of designs, the state plays a key role in all forms of policies around biodiversity offsetting
Stockholm Resilience Centre is internationally recognised for its transdisciplinary research. It advances the understanding of complex social-ecological systems and generates new insights and development to improve ecosystem management practices and long-term sustainability. Read more >>
Coral reef ecology in the Anthropocene
Williams, G.J., Nicholas A.J. Graham, Jouffray, J-B., Norström, A.V., Nyström, M., Gove, J.M., Heenan, A., Wedding, L. 2019. Coral reef ecology in the Anthropocene. Functional Ecology (First published: 21 January 2019) DOI: 10.1111/1365-2435.13290
Maximising the benefits of participatory climate adaptation research by understanding and managing the associated challenges and risks
Cvitanovic, C., Howden, M., Colvin, R.M., Norström, A., Meadow, A.M. and Addison, P.F.E. 2019. Maximising the benefits of participatory climate adaptation research by understanding and managing the associated challenges and risks. Environmental Science & Policy, 94, pp.20-31
Cross-scale challenges of the Anthropocene
Reyers, B., et. al. 2018. Cross-scale challenges of the Anthropocene. Guidance for Resilience in the Anthropocene: Investments for Development, Stockholm Resilience Centre
Development in the Anthropocene: The role of resilience
Reyers, B., Lee-Moore, M. et.al. 2016. Development in the Anthropocene: The role of resilience. Guidance for Resilience in the Anthropocene: Investments for Development (GRAID), Stockholm Resilience Centre
Societal causes of, and responses to, ocean acidification
Jagers, S.C., Matti, S., Crépin, A.S., Langlet, D., Havenhand, J.N., Troell, M., Filipsson, H.L., Galaz, V.R. and Anderson, L.G. 2018. Societal causes of, and responses to, ocean acidification. Ambio, pp.1-15.
Options for keeping the food system within environmental limits
Springmann, M., Clark, M., Mason-D’Croz, D., Wiebe, K., Bodirsky, B.L., Lassaletta, L., de Vries, W., Vermeulen, S.J., Herrero, M., Carlson, K.M. and Jonell, M., 2018. Options for keeping the food system within environmental limits. Nature, 562(7728), p.519.
Commentary: comparing efficiency in aquatic and terrestrial animal production systems
Tlusty M., P.Tyedmers, F. Ziegler, M. Jonell, P.J.G. Henriksson, R. Newton, D. Little, J. Fry, D. Love, L. Cao. 2018. Commentary: comparing efficiency in aquatic and terrestrial animal production systems. Environmental Research Letters, 13
Participation in Multiple Decision Making Water Governance Forums in Brazil Enhances Actors’ Perceived Level of Influence
Mancilla García, M. and Bodin, Ö., 2018. Participation in Multiple Decision Making Water Governance Forums in Brazil Enhances Actors’ Perceived Level of Influence. Policy Studies Journal.
Ecological and functional consequences of coastal ocean acidification: Perspectives from the Baltic-Skagerrak System
Havenhand, J.N., Filipsson, H.L., Niiranen, S. et al. 2018. Ecological and functional consequences of coastal ocean acidification: Perspectives from the Baltic-Skagerrak System. Ambio https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-018-1110-3
Social-ecological and technological factors moderate the value of urban nature
Keeler, B.,L., Hamel, P., McPhearson, T., et. al. 2019. Social-ecological and technological factors moderate the value of urban nature. Nature Sustainability volume 2, pages 29–38
The Stockholm Resilience Centre's engagement in science-policy-practice activities has increased steadily over the years, partly as a result of the increasing number of invitations for centre researchers to participate in activities. These activities range from high-level UN dialogues to local resilience assessments. More >>