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  • 6/29/2020

    Myths shape deforestation interventions, hindering progress
    Researchers debunk five illusions about forests and forest management. With it comes the hope for change
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  • 6/25/2020

    Planetary boundaries are global priorities for business action
    The complex interactions among the planetary boundaries can be challenging to grasp, but they play a critical role in the resilience of society’s responses to urgent global pressures. The SRC–L’Oreal research collaboration is focusing on the challenge of tackling multiple issues at once, in resilient ways.
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  • 6/25/2020

    How sustainable are Swedes’ eating habits?
    Benchmarking the Swedish diet relative to global and national environmental targets shows more action on sustainable dietary shifts and more research needed
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  • 6/23/2020

    Dealing with rural poverty and the persistent hunger challenge
    A blanket solution for persistent poverty does not exist. Researchers present three insights for action
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  • 6/22/2020

    Maja Schlüter appointed professor at Stockholm University
    Centre researcher internationally renowned for her research on the dynamics of social-ecological systems
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  • 6/21/2020

    Climate smart cocoa production in Ghana may not be all that smart
    Production model promises triple wins for smallholders and the environment. That may be too good to be true
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  • 6/21/2020

    How COVID-19 is bringing ocean actors together
    Over the course of 30 days, industries, governments, researchers and NGOs mobilized to protect ocean supply chains and make sure they are more sustainable in the future
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  • 6/17/2020

    How covid-19 undermines sustainability
    The tragic pandemic seems to have given the planet a bit of respite. But doubts remain whether it will be a lasting change
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  • 6/16/2020

    Collaboration in uncertain times can turn tragedy into comedy
    Caring for the future can spur long-term collective action but the severity of a perceived threat is what will eventually determine whether action will be taken
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  • 6/8/2020

    Saving the oceans and the science behind it
    As part of the global quest to save our oceans, we present some of our latest research on the issue
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