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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Global development on an intertwined planet

Presentation by science director Carl Folke, followed by a panel debate discussing development and the future of the oceans

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The seminar focused on the global ocean, celebrating Volvo Environment Prize Laureate Professor Rashid Sumaila’s work. Professor Rashid Sumaila is one of the world’s most innovative researchers on the future of the oceans. He integrates social and economic dimensions with ecology, law, fisheries science and traditional knowledge to build novel pathways towards sustainable fisheries, with a focus on equity and local livelihoods. Find more information about Professor Rashid Sumaila on www.environment-prize.com.

Carl Folke's presentation was followed by a panel debate together with:

Professor Rashid Sumaila, Institute for the ocean and fisheries, University of British Columbia

Maria van Berlekom, Lead Policy Specialist, Environment and Climate Change, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, Sida

Associate Professor Beatrice Crona, Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere Program, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

Moderated by Henrik Österblom, deputy science director, Stockholm Resilience Centre

Watch more: professor Rashid Sumaila on the future of the oceans followed by presentations by Maria van Berlekom, Lead Policy Specialist, Environment and Climate Change, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, Sida, Associate Professor Beatrice Crona, Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere Program, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

 

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The seminar took place 28 November 2017, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm

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