The Stockholm Seminars: Frontiers in Sustainability, Science and Policy

The Stockholm Seminars: Frontiers in Sustainability, Science and Policy

The Stockholm Seminars cover a broad range of perspectives on sustainability issues and are focused on the need for a sound scientific basis for sustainable development policy.

The Stockholm Seminars are arranged by the Beijer Institute, the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm Environment Institute SEI, the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme IGBP and Albaeco to communicate scientific results on sustainable development.

Throughout the years the Seminars have been visited by a number of leading scientists and other experts from around the world, including Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Wangari Maathai, father of resilience theory Buzz Holling and leading political scientist Elinor Ostrom.

The seminars are given at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences and are visited by a large audience, including scientists, students, media and policy makers in the public and private sector. Free entry.

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