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Researcher in Quantitative Analysis of Multidimensional Human Wellbeing, Ecosystems and the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Nature4SDGs is a 2-year international research project led by King’s College London (UK), ATREE, Bengaluru (India) and Stockholm Resilience Centre (Sweden) and collaborators from several UK universities. It will draw upon existing household survey and qualitative datasets from 11 sites in the Global South (many developed under the ESPA programme) to analyse the relationship between natural resource management and the SDGs, including synergies and tradeoffs. The project will also engage with policy-makers in the countries where the original data were collected (particularly India) and thereby contribute to the development of rigorous sustainable development indicators and more appropriate environment-related policies. Closing date: 15 March 2019. Read more and apply here


Current traineeship/interships positions are announced below. If you would like to do a traineeship but there are no announcements, please contact the person(s) that you are interested in working with directly.

We recommend you provide the following information:

- What topics and activities you are interested in

- What relevant skills and/ or experience you have

- What time period you would like to do your traineeship

- CV - not needed, but it allows a potential supervisor to see your skills and experience and how these can contribute to ongoing activities.

Science writer intership

We are seeking an intern who wants to write about resilience research and sustainability for the Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC). The internship will be based at our office in Stockholm and will last between three to six months. The internship is unpaid so we are flexible if candidates can only do part-time engagement, but we recommend a minimum half-time commitment. Applicants should send an original unpublished article of up to 500 words based on any chosen study published by the SRC along with a CV and a cover letter to Please include reference to the chosen study. We are looking for fluent English combined with wit, crisp writing and clarity of thought. Please mark the the email with 'Science writer intership'. Questions can be sent to the same email address above.

Related info

We announce PhD positions four times per year. The announcement dates 2019 are:

2-23 January
2- 23 April
27 August – 17 September
15 October - 5 November

Read more about our PhD programme here


Stockholm Resilience Centre is a collaboration between Stockholm University and the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

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Organisation number: 202100-3062
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