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Culture and ecosystem services
Maria Tengö is a researcher at Stockholm Resilience Centre and theme leader of Adaptive Governance theme. She has a PhD in Natural Research Management (Systems Ecology), Stockholm University and did a post doc at Geography Department at McGill University, Montreal, Canada. Her research concerns emergent and self-organized governance of local ecosystems in human dominated landscapes, and the implications for social-ecological resilience and transformation. She is currently involved in two research projects, see more below, as well as research-policy project on connecting knowledge systems for ecosystem governance, in collaboration with the SwedBio Programme.