- Food landscapes
- Ecosystem services
- Response diversity
- Functional diversity
- Complex social-ecological systems
- Plant ecology
Cibele Queiroz is a researcher on social-ecological resilience at the Global Resilience Partnership and the Stockholm Resilience Centre
Her research has a main focus on resilience of food systems with an emphasis on the management of ecosystem services and biodiversity under social-environmental change. More recently, she has been exploring the connections between social-ecological resilience and peacebuilding in vulnerable and fragile regions and the specific challenges that transformations and pathways towards sustainability and peace pose in these regions. She engages in co-production of knowledge in close collaboration with GRP partners, and and co-leads the Resilience and Development theme at the Stockholm Resilience Centre.
During 2016-2020 Cibele had a research coordination role in a scientific exchange programme between the Stockholm Resilience Centre and Stanford University, funded by the Swedish Marianne and Marcus Wallenberg Foundation. Additionally, she leads and engages in several other international projects, including a Biodiversa funded European collaboration exploring the feedbacks between biodiversity and climate (FeedBaCks). Cibele holds a Ph.D in Sustainability Science at the Stockholm Resilience Centre.
News articles with Queiroz, Cibele
General news | 2023-12-14
COP28: Promising shifts, but a lot remains unsolved
A deal referred to as historic was made to conclude COP28. Centre researchers recognise that important progress was made, but warn about thinking new technology can solve challenges ahead
Research news | 2023-12-08
Five key actions to fight the food crisis
A new science brief from Stockholm Resilience Centre and Global Resilience Partnership launched during COP28 discusses why the current food crisis has escalated so quickly up to global proportions. The researchers list five key actions for policy-makers to address.
General news | 2023-11-30
“We need to transition back within all Planetary Boundaries”
Phase out fossil fuels, transform the food system, and remove pressures on all planetary boundaries — in a just way. Centre researchers send a clear message to all participants at COP28
General news | 2023-11-28
Putting resilience at the heart of COP28
Stockholm Resilience Centre will host and join a range of activities at COP28. The participation is done in close collaboration with the Global Resilience Partnership and our development programme SwedBio