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GRP: work related to the 2020 Human Development Report
The Global Resilience Partnership is currently comprised of more than 60 organisations, which bring together a broad range of skills, capacities, and perspectives, and provides powerful collaboration opportunities
GRP’s incubator work: The Incubator was set up in 2015 with the purpose of supporting the Global Resilience Partnership in efforts to identify, innovate, improve and scale initiatives that build resilience.
The Resilience Platform is a collaborative online space to capture, access, co-create and advance the latest resilience knowledge.
The Resilience Insights Report distils and illuminates the latest evidence from across the breadth of the Global Resilience Partnership
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Opinion pieces and blogs
- Could a shared crisis stimulate a sustainable transformation? The Economist Intelligence Unit
- Boosting the Resilience of Kenya’s Most Climate-Vulnerable Communities through Innovative Climate Finance, 14 February 2019, ClimateLinks
- Africa’s youth want to cultivate careers not just crops (Producers Direct), 4 February 2020, SciDevNet
- What resilience projects can learn from Blockbuster 27 January 2020, DevDiscourse
- Empowering women in poor communities and building resilience against climate pressure (Mahila Housing Trust), 17 January 2020, Inter Press Service
- Women emerging as leaders in fixing India's slums (Mahila Housing Trust), 8 January 2020, The Diplomat
- Climate Change Hits Vulnerable Communities First and Hardest, 26 September 2019, International Institute for Sustainable Development Blog
- Building coastal resilience, 24 September 2019, China Dialogue Ocean
- Providing Water Security in an Uncertain World. 20 August 2019, New Security Beat
- Bruce, A., Brown, C., Avello, P., Beane, G., Bristow, J., Ellis, L., Fisher, S., Freeman, S.S.G., Jiménez, A., Leten, J. and Matthews, N., 2020. Human dimensions of urban water resilience: Perspectives from Cape Town, Kingston upon Hull, Mexico City and Miami. Water Security, 9, p.100060.
- Harou, J.J., Matthews, J.H., Smith, D.M., McDonnell, R.A., Borgomeo, E., Sara, J.J., Braeckman, J.P., Matthews, N., Dalton, J., Young, M.D. and Ovink, H.W., 2020, April. Water at COP25: Resilience enables climate change adaptation through better planning, governance and finance. In Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Water Management (Vol. 173, No. 2, pp. 55-58). Thomas Telford Ltd
- Garrick, D., Iseman, T., Gilson, G., Brozovic, N., O'Donnell, E., Matthews, N., Miralles-Wilhelm, F., Wight, C. and Young, W., 2020. Scalable solutions to freshwater scarcity: Advancing theories of change to incentivise sustainable water use. Water Security, 9, p.100055.
- Wolf, S., Pham, M., Matthews, N. and Bubeck, P., 2020. Understanding the implementation gap: policy-makers’ perceptions of ecosystem-based adaptation in Central Vietnam. Climate and Development, pp.1-14.
- Matthews, N., 2020. The rise of resilience in a new era. Traumatology
- Zipper, S.C., Jaramillo, F., Wang‐Erlandsson, L., Cornell, S.E., Gleeson, T., Porkka, M., Häyhä, T., Crépin, A.S., Fetzer, I., Gerten, D. and Hoff, H., Matthews, N. 2020. Integrating the water planetary boundary with water management from local to global scales. Earth's Future, p.e2019EF001377
- Grafton, R.Q., Doyen, L., Béné, C., Borgomeo, E., Brooks, K., Chu, L., Cumming, G.S., Dixon, J., Dovers, S., Garrick, D. and Helfgott, A., Matthews, N. 2019. Realizing resilience for decision-making. Nature Sustainability, 2(10), pp.907-913
- Matthews, J.H., Dalton, J., Matthews, N., Baigun, C., Carmody, E., Finlayson, M., Madgwick, J., Mamba, M., Petrie, B., Pittock, J. and Kumar, R., 2019. Dam development: value both wetlands and hydropower. Nature: New biology, p.33
- Gustafsson, M., Creed, I., Dalton, J., Gartner, T., Matthews, N., Reed, J., Samuelson, L., Springgay, E. and Tengberg, A., 2019. Gaps in science, policy and practice in the forest–water nexus. Unasylva 251: Forests: nature-based solutions for water, 251(1), p.36
- Keys, P.W., Galaz, V., Dyer, M., Matthews, N., Folke, C., Nyström, M. and Cornell, S.E., 2019. Anthropocene risk. Nature Sustainability, 2(8), pp.667-673
- Norström A V, Cvitanovic C, Löf MF, West S, Wyborn C, Balvanera P, Bednarek AT, Bennett EM, Biggs R, de Bremond A, Campbell BM, Canadell JG, Carpenter SR, Folke C, Fulton EA, Gaffney O, Gelcich S, Jouffray J, Leach M, Le Tissier M, Martín-López B, Louder E, Loutre M, Meadow AM, Nagendra H, Payne D, Peterson GD, Reyers B, Scholes R, Speranza CI, Spierenburg M, Stafford-Smith M, Tengö M, van der Hel S, van Putten I & Österblom H (2020) Principles for knowledge co-production in sustainability research. Nature Sustainability 3:182–190
- Nyström M, Jouffray J-B, Norström A V., Crona B, Søgaard Jørgensen P, Carpenter SR, Bodin Ö, Galaz V & Folke C (2019) Anatomy and resilience of the global production ecosystem. Nature 575:98–108
- Jouffray J, Blasiak R, Norström A V., Österblom H & Nyström M (2020) The Blue Acceleration: The Trajectory of Human Expansion into the Ocean. One Earth 2:43–54
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