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Please allow us to flap our own wings a little bit: 2016 turned out to be another amazing year for us, with some really high-level achievements.
Our researchers continued to publish groundbreaking research in resilience and sustainability science.
We also facilitated a dialogue with eight of the largest seafood companies in the world to discuss how they could take the lead in building more sustainable business models.
We helped Stockholm University become one of the top universities in the world within environmental science and engineering. Stockholm University is also among the universities that produce environmental science research with the greatest impact.
Centre director Johan Rockström was awarded the National Order of the Legion of Honour, the highest French order, for his commitment to a better environment.
And the list goes on...
Thank you for your support and collaboration during 2016 and look forward to continued interactions with you in 2017!
Carl Folke, centre founder and science director, named one of the world's most cited researchers in 2016
Johan Rockström awarded the French distinction Knight of the Legion of Honour
“Keystone dialogue" between scientists and seafood-industry leaders creates breakthrough in ocean stewardship
Beats Oxford University in one of the world´s most important university rankings
Research news | 2018-05-21
Four cases of participatory foresight exercises show impact is not a given. Here’s how to fix it
Research news | 2018-05-17
Applying Elinor Ostrom’s principles on common pool resources management demonstrates how forest management in the Pamir Mountains may not be so tragic after all. But Soviet era legacy lingers, new research shows
Research news | 2018-05-14
To create change in coastal districts of Kenya and Mozambique, dominant narratives must be challenged by stories rooted in people’s lived experiences
Research news | 2018-04-26
Construction of roads and water channels across Colombia’s Ciénaga Grande de Santa Marta wetlands has altered the landscape to the point of surpassing mangrove ecosystem tipping points
Research news | 2018-04-26
Over 100 scientists, architects, journalists, artists, designers and activists provide perspectives on what future urban sustainability should look like
Research news | 2018-04-19
New study of UNESCO biosphere reserves sheds light on how people learn to live with social-ecological complexity