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  • 9/17/2019

    Fishing for development in a sea of complexity
    Evidence of a paradigm shift in fisheries development aid offers hope for future projects
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  • 9/17/2019

    Use what you got
    New laws that can deal with rapid environmental change take too much time to design and implement. Fortunately, existing ones have untapped potential
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  • 9/16/2019

    Time for corporate biosphere stewardship
    A handful of transnational corporations hold enough power to accelerate (or hinder) transformations towards sustainability
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  • 9/13/2019

    The ABCs of the SDGs
    Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals through six actionable steps
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  • 9/12/2019

    New book on green growth that actually works
    Centre researchers contribute to first practical guide to offer proven techniques for planning and achieving nature-based solutions
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  • 9/10/2019

    Continued progress towards healthier oceans
    Report from fourth meeting between world’s largest seafood companies and their quest to turn their business sector more sustainable
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  • 9/9/2019

    Eroding the resilience of tropical forests
    Understanding the relationships between forest resilience and soil erosion in tropical forests affected by human and natural disturbances
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  • 9/6/2019

    Gen(d)erating local responses to global market signals
    In Philippine fishing communities, gender roles have a bigger influence than price on fishers’ business decisions
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  • 9/4/2019

    Canada commits millions to centre linked initiative on coastal resilience
    Will help private investment to protect the ocean and the people that rely on it
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  • 9/4/2019

    New Nature journal on urban sustainability
    Centre researcher Thomas Elmqvist appointed editor-in-chief for a new journal on urban sustainability by Nature and RMIT University, Australia
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