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  • 1/26/2020

    Human pressure on world's ocean shows no sign of slowing
    Recent colossal rise in human pressure on ocean quantified in new study
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  • 1/22/2020

    How to feed the world without crossing planetary boundaries
    Supplying a sufficient and healthy diet for 10 billion people whilst keeping our biosphere intact will require radically different ways of farming, reduction of food waste, and dietary changes
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  • 1/22/2020

    Social tipping mechanisms could spark societal change
    Changes in opinions and behaviour can trigger a global sustainability transformation
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  • 1/20/2020

    How to produce knowledge together
    Study identifies four criteria necessary for successful knowledge co-production for sustainability research
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  • 12/30/2019

    Case studies, models and complexity
    Time to go from simply describing social-ecological systems to explaining how their complex interactions generate observed outcomes
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  • 12/19/2019

    The bigger picture of deforestation in Latin America
    Expansion of agriculture in Latin America has come at the cost of losing vast areas of forest. A new study brings together and compares case studies of land use change from the region
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  • 12/19/2019

    More complex than the sum of its parts
    New framework for analysing emergent properties and dynamics in social-ecological systems tested on seven case studies
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  • 12/18/2019

    Antimicrobial farm
    New study proposes how to asses the sustainability of antimicrobial use in animal agriculture and how to regulate it on a global scale. For the sake of both human and animal health
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  • 12/18/2019

    Centre launches new podcast series
    Get close, up and personal with sustainability researchers reflecting on their work, careers and relation to music
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  • 12/18/2019

    Making it worse
    Environmental problems amplify human impact on Earth System
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