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  • 4/3/2020

    Risk for armed conflict increases immediately after climate-related disasters
    Study shows one third of cases erupt within seven days. Countries with political exclusion, low human development and large populations most vulnerable
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  • 4/2/2020

    Amazon deforestation leads to increasingly severe dry seasons

    Drier dry seasons combined with more degraded forests means regions can easily transform to pasture land, researchers warn
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  • 4/1/2020

    How craftsmanship connects people, nature and knowledge
    What we can learn from a Samí crafts artist and a fisher from Stockholm about connections between local ecological knowledge, work, technology and sustainability
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  • 3/31/2020

    Inequity hampers ocean sustainability
    Marine resources and the benefits from the ocean are not equitably distributed. Ocean economics is in need of a shift, report says
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  • 3/26/2020

    Past insights can shape future food systems
    Three major innovations helped shape the global food system in the past. How can we learn from them to develop a more sustainable system for the future?
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  • 3/24/2020

    Towards a more inclusive valuation of nature
    Researchers and practitioners present a vision and strategy to better include different worldviews on the value of nature. All with a little help of the octopus
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  • 3/23/2020

    Saving the planet’s bloodstream
    Researchers urge hydrology and water community to join the “Grand Challenge” in establishing safe limits to human interference with the global water cycle
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  • 3/19/2020

    Centre partner in programme designed to improve Swedish food system
    Four-year programme receives SEK 64 million from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Environmental Research (Mistra)
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  • 3/18/2020

    Four positive future visions of southern Africa
    Researchers, practitioners and artists present previously unimagined ways of thinking about sustainability futures in the region
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  • 3/17/2020

    How agent-based modelling can improve management of small-scale fisheries
    Computational approach can reveal intricate interactions among stakeholders and help prevent unintended policy outcomes
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