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Stockholm Resilience Centre
Stockholm Resilience Centre advances research on the governance of social-ecological systems with a special emphasis on resilience - the ability to deal with change and continue to develop. Resilience thinking grew out of the Beijer Institute's research programs and the Stockholm Resilience Centre was a joint initiative between the Beijer Institute and the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, and Stockholm University that now has developed into a world leading transdisciplinary research centre. Many Beijer Institute programs and projects are run in collaboration with the Stockholm Resilience Centre.
Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere
Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere (GEDB) is a research programme of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences addressing the economic dynamics of global change and its implications for a sustainable future. The Beijer Director Carl Folke is Program Director and the Beijer Institute and GEDB collaborate closely mainly through the institute's programs Aquaculture and Sustanable Seafood production and Global Dynamics and Resilience
The Resilience Alliance
A central network for collaboration is the Resilience Alliance, an international research consortium of leading research groups and their organisations that collaborate to explore the dynamics of social-ecological systems. The body of knowledge developed by the RA, encompasses key concepts of resilience, adaptability and transformability and provides a foundation for sustainable development policy and practice. The Resilience Alliance and its focus on social-ecological systems emerged out of research programs at the Beijer Institute in the 1990s.
Albaeco is an independent non-profit organisation working with strategic environmental communication, science communication and education. Its goal is to translate complicated research findings into communicative insights on the interactions between nature, society and economy.
Environmental Economics Unit at Gothenburg University
The Environmental Economics Unit (EEU), at Gothenburg University and the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics are long standing partners in a program financed by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida) in supporting environmental economics research in developing countries.