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  • 9/28/2020

    How to best attune to a rapidly changing ocean
    Scale of current challenges requires scientists to take on a greater responsibility
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  • 9/24/2020

    Creating pathways to futures where people and nature support one another
    Humanity relies on nature in a wide variety of ways. Opening up a diversity of perspectives is critical to identify pathways towards desirable futures
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  • 9/24/2020

    Stephan Barthel appointed professor at University of Gävle
    Centre researcher also listed among the world’s most cited researchers
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  • 9/23/2020

    Centre receives funding boost from Swedish research council Formas
    Three projects looking at ways to realise the Sustainable Development Goals receive almost SEK 60 million in funding
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  • 9/21/2020

    How the Baltic Sea is really doing
    A comprehensive assessment of the social, economic, and environmental condition of the Baltic Sea reveals mixed results
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  • 9/21/2020

    A tipping point alone will not guarantee a transformation, what comes afterwards is crucial
    A successful transformation goes through phases, and each phase must be navigated carefully
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  • 9/20/2020

    How to use AI with image data and satellite data
    On 2 October 2020, a free online course on how to apply AI-methods (“deep learning”) to analyze satellite images related to land use change and deforestation
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  • 9/20/2020

    Why consuming meat sustainably is harder than you think
    It’s not clear what eating ‘less’ and ‘better’ meat entails. This may have consequences for sustainability
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  • 9/18/2020

    Tech alone won’t mitigate climate change
    Behavioural, cultural and social aspects must be factored in too. A new framework can help future analyses
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  • 9/16/2020

    In Indonesia, forest management collaboration remains frustratingly unbalanced
    Community-based forest management has expanded rapidly, but attention to long-term sustainability is still elusive
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