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BalticSTERN is a response to calls by Nordic Ministers for the Environment in 2008 and 2009, asking for Stern-like analyses to be made for the Nordic Seas, referring to the review on economics of climate change by Sir Nicolas Stern, made on assignment by the British Prime Minister, and published in 2007. The acronym STERN in BalticSTERN stands for Systems Tools and Ecological-economic evaluation - a Research Network.
The BalticSTERN Secretariat coordinates the network and communicates the results. An aim is also to contribute to the science-policy dialogue on the management of the Baltic Sea and to discuss policy instruments for reaching environmental targets.
Research news | 2020-02-21
Despite rapid urban growth, agriculture in a wetland area in the south of Mexico City soldiers on, more than a millennium after its birth
Research news | 2020-02-19
Malin Falkenmark calls for a shift towards a water based biosphere stewardship. The alternative, she warns, could be catastrophic
Research news | 2020-02-17
Trying to reach the goals under current business-as-usual will come at a heavy price on the planetary boundaries
Research news | 2020-02-14
The new "Our Future On Earth" report provides risks analysis based on survey of 222 global sustainability experts, including centre researchers
Research news | 2020-02-13
New assessment aims to fill critical gaps in understanding the growing role aquatic foods play in the global food system
Research news | 2020-02-09
A new study harmonizes the water planetary boundary with local boundaries for the La Cienega wetlands in Colombia