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Due to the outbreak of the new corona virus, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, where the Beijer Institute is hosted, is temporarily closed for visitors. But work continues.
In a new project artificial coral reefs will be developed with the help of novel technology to restore biodiversity, build fisheries and improve human health.
The current pandemic highlights the need for open green spaces in cities as in times of social distancing, they are more important than ever.
New assessment aims to fill critical gaps in understanding the role aquatic foods play in the global food system.
People look to others when making their own decisions. This could help reduce global consumption and population growth.
In her first speech, Deputy Governor of Sweden's central bank talked about the challenges connected with the global climate crisis and stressed the need to avoid regime shifts (in Swedish)..
The recent colossal rise in human pressure on the world’s ocean is quantified in new study. It shows no sign of slowing.
Gretchen Daily receives the Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievment 2020 together with Pavan Sukhdev, both pioneers in illuminating and quantifying the economic value of our natural environment.
Seafood sustainability is still only marginally considered in global policy talks on food production, trade and consumption. That needs to change, according to new research.
The Beijer Institute's director is listed on the exclusive 2019 Clarivate Analytics overview of the world's most cited researchers.
Through the application of a complex systems lens on global challenges, this book offers key insights into successful governance in our changing world...
Humans have transformed much of the planet to produce more and more food, fibre and fuel, now we need to radically ...