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This volume describes the “Swedish part” (WP4) of the EU project COMPLEX, which has been dealing with pathways to a low carbon society with the Stockholm-Mälar region in focus. COMPLEX started on 1 October 2012 and ended after four years, on 30 September 2016. The central theme of the WP4 research has been to use the Stockholm-Mälar region as a sort of a “laboratory” for modelling and stake-holder interactions, but also for providing backgrounds, perspectives, tools and suggested policy outlines.
(PDF) Towards a Fossil-Free Society - in the Stockholm-Mälar Region.
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How social-ecological systems research can transform sustainable development to match the challenges of the Anthropocene
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Research news | 2018-11-01
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