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Elmqvist, T., Siri, J., Andersson, E., Anderson, P., Bai, X. et al.2018. Urban tinkering. Sustainability Science. Doi: 10.1007/s11625-018-0611-0
2018 - Journal / article
Cities are currently experiencing serious, multifaceted impacts from global environmental change, especially climate change, and the degree to which they will need to cope with and adapt to such challenges will continue to increase. A complex systems approach inspired by evolutionary theory can inform strategies for policies and interventions to deal with growing urban vulnerabilities. Such an approach would guide the design o...
Elmqvist T, Cornell S, Öhman MC, Daw T, Moberg F, Norström A, Persson Å, Peterson G, Rockström J, Schultz M, Hermansson-Török E. 2013. Global sustainability and Human prosperity – contribution to the Post-2015 agenda and the development of Sustainable Development Goals - TemaNord report (Nordic Council of Ministers), pp 50
2013 - Policy brief or report
2010 - Report
Publication review The year 2009 marked the end of the three-year start-up phase of the Stockholm Resilience Centre. During this period the Centre has developed a broad interdisciplinary research programme on the understanding of social-ecological systems and governance and management for resilience and sustainable development. On the initiative of the Mistra Foundation, the Centre was evaluated in preparation for the fi...