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The Beijer Institute is sponsoring the IASC 2021 Commoning the Anthropocene Virtual Conference exploring the role of common property systems in the Anthropocene.
The Beijer Institute will be part of a new major research programme to promote transformations to a fair and fossil free Sweden.
Current fishery development programs that rely on bioeconomic models may actually increase income inequality between fishers and traders.
Nature study shows that the diverse aquaculture industry has made big strides toward sustainability, but highlights necessary measures for improvement.
New report summarises research on the scale of human activity. "Wake up! This must be a transformative decade."
The Beijer Institute co-organises Nobel Prize Summit exploring actions that can be achieved this decade to put the world on a path to a more sustainable, more prosperous future for all.
The time to build back better after the crisis may be short, researchers warn and propose resilience theory as a necessary framework to succeed.
Do you want to develop research to advance applications of Artificial Intelligence for tackling important sustainability challenges?
The potential of food from the ocean to reduce hunger is threatened by competing ocean uses and a narrow focus on production growth.
Landmark review: “Nature is a blind spot in economics that we ignore at our peril”.
A potentially effective climate adaptation, migration needs to be part of national planning and international cooperation.
Ten of the world's largest sea food companies act on on science based goals to save the oceans.