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  • 7/5/2019

    Working towards an ocean of impact
    For Elizabeth Selig, making sure that research positively impacts society lies at the core of her work. Good thing, then, that she has become a member of the Centre’s new science advisory council
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  • 7/3/2019

    Bringing something new to the table
    As a member of the centre’s new international science advisory board, Jessica Fanzo adds important dimensions on nutrition, health and public health to the centre’s future research agenda
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  • 7/3/2019

    Centre-facilitated initiative on ocean sustainability appoints Martin Exel as new managing director
    Announcement part of next phase of the Seafood Business for Ocean Stewardship (SeaBOS), a joint initiative between the world’s largest commercial seafood companies and science to strengthen sustainable practices within the seafood industry
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  • 6/27/2019

    Forty years of conflicts
    New study presents and analyzes first longitudinal database on fisheries conflict
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  • 6/24/2019

    Ramping up research on artificial intelligence

    Centre invited to support Sweden’s Artificial Intelligence innovation network
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  • 6/24/2019

    A buzz or a baller?
    New study tests the theoretically popular notion that bottom-up approaches to urban environmental governance lead to a better match between social institutions and ecological realities
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  • 6/20/2019

    Caring as Country
    A collaborative research effort by Aboriginal custodians and academics in Western Sydney demonstrates how a caring attitude be applied in natural resource management
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  • 6/20/2019

    Making long distance relationships work
    Local management of ecosystem services is often shaped by far-away power relations and decisions
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  • 6/13/2019

    “We will never be done”
    As the centre continues to its strategy for future research, Steve Carpenter from University of Wisconsin-Madison provides a crucial bit of history and scientific legacy
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  • 6/12/2019

    Heading into the future with open eyes
    Council member Elena Bennett from McGill University reflects on what makes the Stockholm Resilience Centre unique and what it will take to stay that way
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