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Warszawski, L., Kriegler, E., Lenton, T.M., Gaffney, O., Jacob, D., Klingenfeld, D., Koide, R., Costa, M.M. et.al. 2021. All options, not silver bullets, needed to limit global warming to 1.5°C: a scenario appraisal. Environmental Research Letters [DOI:10.1088/1748-9326/abfeec]
Climate science provides strong evidence of the necessity of limiting global warming to 1.5 °C, in line with the Paris Climate Agreement. The IPCC 1.5 °C special report (SR1.5) presents 414 emissions scenarios modelled for the report, of which around 50 are classified as '1.5 °C scenarios', with no or low temperature overshoot. These emission scenarios differ in their reliance on individual mitigation levers, including reducti...
Engström, R.E., Collste, D., Cornell, S.E. et al. 2021. Succeeding at home and abroad: accounting for the international spillovers of cities’ SDG actions. npj Urban Sustain 1, 18. https://doi.org/10.1038/s42949-020-00002-w
Falkenmark, M., Wang-Erlandsson, L., 2021. One Earth, Volume 4, Issue 2, 19 February 2021, Pages 213-225. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oneear.2021.01.009
The freshwater cycle over land is fundamental for sustainability and resilience, yet is extensively modified and shaped by a vast range of human interventions in the land, water, and climate systems. The consequences of human water-cycle modifications can be non-linear, delayed, and distributed across boundaries, sectors, and scale. This complexity renders freshwater challenges difficult to govern and manage. We here propose a...
Malmborg, K., Enfors-Kautsky, E., Queiroz, C. et al. Operationalizing ecosystem service bundles for strategic sustainability planning: A participatory approach. Ambio 50, 314–331 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s13280-020-01378-w
The ecosystem service concept is recognized as a useful tool to support sustainability in decision-making. In this study, we collaborated with actors in the Helge å catchment, southern Sweden, in an iterative participatory ecosystem service assessment. Through workshops and interviews, we jointly decided which ecosystem services to assess and indicators to use in order to achieve a sense of ownership and a higher legitimacy of...
Léger A, Lambraki I, Graells T, Cousins M, Henriksson PJG, Harbarth S, Carson C, Majowicz S, Troell M, Parmley EJ, Jørgensen PS, Wernli D. 2021. AMR-Intervene: a social-ecological framework to capture the diversity of actions to tackle antimicrobial resistance from a One Health perspective. J Antimicrob Chemother. 2021 Jan 1;76(1):1-21. doi: 10.1093/jac/dkaa394. PMID: 33057678.
The global threat of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) requires coordinated actions by and across different sectors. Increasing attention at the global and national levels has led to different strategies to tackle the challenge. The diversity of possible actions to address AMR is currently not well understood from a One Health perspective. AMR-Intervene, an interdisciplinary social–ecological framework, describes interventions t...
Baird J., Quinlan A., Plummer R., Moore ML., Krievins K. 2021. Capacities for Watershed Resilience: Persistence, Adaptation, and Transformation. In: Baird J., Plummer R. (eds) Water Resilience. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-48110-0_7
Water management and governance at the watershed scale is complex, with attention needed to the realities of fit with institutional arrangements and consideration of the dynamic and uncertain nature of social-ecological systems. The concept of social-ecological resilience and its application to water resources – ‘water resilience’ hereafter – offers a framework by which to approach these critical considerations. Water resilien...
Sigwart, J.D., Blasiak, R., Jaspars, M., Jouffray, J-D., Tasdemir, D., 2021. Unlocking the potential of marine biodiscovery. Nat. Prod. Rep., 2021, Advance Article, https://doi.org/10.1039/D0NP00067A
The tremendous diversity of life in the ocean has proven to be a rich source of inspiration for drug discovery, with success rates for marine natural products up to 4 times higher than other naturally derived compounds. Yet the marine biodiscovery pipeline is characterized by chronic underfunding, bottlenecks and, ultimately, untapped potential. For instance, a lack of taxonomic capacity means that, on average, 20 years pass ...
Virdin, J., Vegh, T., Jouffray, J-B., Blasiak, R., Mason, S., Österblom, H., Vermeer, D., Watchmeister, H., Werner, N. 2021. The Ocean 100: Transnational corporations in the ocean economy. Science Advances 13 Jan 2021. Vol. 7, no. 3, eabc8041, DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abc8041
The ocean economy is growing as commercial use of the ocean accelerates, while progress toward achieving international goals for ocean conservation and sustainability is lagging. In this context, the private sector is increasingly recognized as having the capacity to hamper efforts to achieve aspirations of sustainable ocean-based development or alternatively to bend current trajectories of ocean use by taking on the mantle of...
Rosenzweig, B.R., Cantis, P.H., Kim. Y., Cohn, A., Grove, K., et.al. 2021. The Value of Urban Flood Modeling. Earth's Future, Volume 9, Issue 1 January 2021, https://doi.org/10.1029/2020EF001739
Floods are important disturbances to urban socio-eco-technical systems and their meteorological drivers are projected to increase through the century due to global climate change. Urban flood models are numerical models that have the capability of representing the features of urban ecosystems and the mechanisms of flooding that impact them. They have the potential to play a critical role in flood risk assessment, operational r...
Andersson, E., Haase, D., Anderson, P. et al. What are the traits of a social-ecological system: towards a framework in support of urban sustainability. npj Urban Sustain 1, 14 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1038/s42949-020-00008-4
To ensure that cities and urban ecosystems support human wellbeing and overall quality of life we need conceptual frameworks that can connect different scientific disciplines as well as research and practice. In this perspective, we explore the potential of a traits framework for understanding social-ecological patterns, dynamics, interactions, and tipping points in complex urban systems. To do so, we discuss what kind of fra...
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