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  • 11/18/2019

    If you are serious about growth, be serious about sustainability
    Indonesia has ambitious goals for its aquaculture investments. If they are serious, environmental assessments must be included too
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  • 11/13/2019

    New network on nature-based solutions for cities
    Centre joins “Nature-based Solutions for Urban Resilience in the Anthropocene” network
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  • 11/12/2019

    No community or ecosystem is an island
    Why thinking global and acting local can actually undermine sustainability at larger scales, and how to make sure that it doesn’t
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  • 11/12/2019

    Championing cities for the climate
    A state-of-the art review of urban data infrastructure reveals how cities can become powerful agents in the fight against climate change
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  • 11/12/2019

    Where the rivers run
    Research on water governance suggests that increasing engagement from groups outside the confined borders of central governance means rethinking those borders in the first place
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  • 11/10/2019

    Fishing for long-term development
    Foreign aid for fisheries is too often short-sighted and used as a geopolitical tool not aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals
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  • 11/6/2019

    An altered planetary anatomy
    Humans have transformed much of the planet to produce more and more food, fibre and fuel, now we need to radically transform this global production ecosystem. Centre researchers offer perspectives in Nature's exclusive 150th anniversary collection
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  • 11/6/2019

    What they talk about when they talk about SES
    As the social ecological system framework celebrates 20 years, researchers analyse its use in scientific publications. Despite increased popularity, a unifying definition is still missing
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  • 11/6/2019

    A scientific story that matters
    Sarah Cornell reflects on the planetary boundaries framework, a work she has been doing since 2011
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  • 11/1/2019

    Ten years of nine planetary boundaries
    As the framework celebrates its tenth anniversary, some of the lead authors behind it look reflect on what it has achieved and what work lies ahead
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