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Here you find a complete overview of the latest news articles published by Stockholm Resilience Centre.

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  • 3/19/2019

    Flipping the tortilla on Spanish food systems
    Traditional knowledge about how to eat, process and farm food in harmony with nature can contribute to more sustainable food systems
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  • 3/17/2019

    Ecosystem services for men, ecosystem services for women
    There can be stark differences in how men and women use and experience ecosystem services. That has significant impact on their well-being
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  • 3/14/2019

    Hidden treasures, open data
    Why universities and scientists should play a pivotal role in better disclosing sample origin of marine genetic data
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  • 3/8/2019

    Disrupted food practices in the Himalayas
    How remote villages in the Eastern Himalayas have become symbols of forced-upon policies and globalisation
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  • 3/8/2019

    Learning the tech-talk
    By expressing their interests in technical terms, previously excluded actors are able to gain influence and have their voices heard. Others remain marginalised
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  • 3/8/2019

    Where have all the women gone?
    This year for International Women’s Day, we are highlighting some of our early career researchers, their work, and experiences so far in science
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  • 2/28/2019

    The sustainable future of African agriculture
    Second dialogue on Africa’s contribution to reaching the UN Sustainable Development Goals focused on agriculture and food systems
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  • 2/26/2019

    Stockholm Resilience Centre joins Natural Capital Project partnership
    Will deepen international collaboration on resilience research and natural capital approaches
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  • 2/21/2019

    Revisiting coral reef ecology
    Coral reefs face a new reality dominated by human impact and it is time for traditional coral reef ecological paradigms to follow suit
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  • 2/19/2019

    Dire traits

    Better understanding of how organism traits in species communities change over time can prevent ecological collapse and improve ecological restoration
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