Top scientists presenting their research on sustainable development!
The Stockholm Seminars series cover a broad range of sustainability science perspectives with a focus on the dynamics and stewardship of social-ecological systems.
The seminars are organised by the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Albaeco, Future Earth and the Stockholm Resilience Centre.
Since its start in 2000 more than 100 of the world’s leading scientists and experts have taken part in this seminar series, including Nobel Laureates.
The seminars are open and free of charge.
Please note that due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, no seminars are currently scheduled.
Enhancing food system resilience, with exampes from the UK and Australia
Seminar with John Ingram, University of Oxford, 12 December, 14.00-15.00
Deep learning for a better understanding of the Earth System?
Stockholm Seminar 21 August with Markus Reichstein, director of the Biogeochemical Integration Department at the Max-Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Jena
The role of narratives in social resilience
Stockholm Seminar with Michèle Lamont, Professor of Sociology and of African and African American Studies, Harvard University, 28 May 2019
Water as the bloodstream of the biosphere
Special event celebrating the 200th Stockholm Seminars, Friday 22 March
Ecological apocalypse can also be a source of hope: cascading regime shifts within and across scales
Stockholm seminar with Juan Rocha, researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Wednesday 6 March
Reflections on a transdisciplinary journey in conservation science
Stockholm Seminar with professor Dirk Roux, Specialist Scientist for South African National Parks, Friday 30 November
The state of sustainability science
Seminar with William Clark, Harvey Brooks Professor of International Science, Public Policy and Human Development, Harvard University, Thursday 4 October 2018, 14.00-15.00
Can competition promote cooperation?
Seminar with Juan-Camilo Cardenas, Professor at the Universidad de Los Andes (Colombia), 14 September, 13:00-14:00
Modeling Energy and Environmental Behavior from Individual to Aggregate Levels: Challenges, Opportunities, and Tools
Seminar with Elke U. Weber, Princeton University, Monday 17 September, 11:00-12:00
Promoting human and environmental health by tailoring evidence-based action to local context
Seminar with Ross A. Hammond, Director of the Center on Social Dynamics & Policy, Brookings Institution, 19 June 2018
Research news | 2021-06-16
The global issue of local fisheries livelihoods
Blanca González García-Mon, a PhD student at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, explains the important role of small-scale fisheries in global sustainability
Research news | 2021-06-11
Getting the seafood sector’s big fish to swim together for sustainability
Centre researcher Jean-Baptiste Jouffray reflects on what it will take to get the world’s biggest seafood companies to transform and what science must do to help them
Research news | 2021-06-10
What to do with all the food from our oceans?
“Blue foods” have so much to offer. With life and livelihoods being the theme of World Ocean Day 2021, centre researcher Malin Jonell reflects on the role of seafood in food systems
Research news | 2021-06-09
Four signs the seafood industry is getting wiser about the ocean
“Bitter realities” remain but signs exist that seafood industry operations are starting to be more reflective of stewardship ideals
Research news | 2021-06-08
Six principles for a thriving Blue Economy
Increasing interactions between sectors like fishing, drilling and shipping risk side-lining efforts for ocean equity and sustainability. A new review provides guidelines for sustainably and more just use of the ocean
Research news | 2021-06-05
Getting to the bottom of the dark side of the seafood industry
Centre PhD student Frida Bengtsson explains the complexities of dealing with illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, and why she has never felt more hopeful than now