New grants open up new horizons for 2019

New grants open up new horizons for 2019

The end of 2018 was full of pleasant surprises and subsequent celebrations when notice of successful grant applications to Swedish and EU funding bodies trickled…

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Research visit: Agent based model of norm migration between groups.

Research visit: Agent based model of norm migration between groups.

Guest blog by Samaneh Heidari I travelled from Utrecht University, where I am currently doing my PhD in Computer Science, to the Stockholm Resilience Centre…

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Interviews in social-ecological modelling

Interviews in social-ecological modelling

By Nicolas Côté Around mid-June, I stopped by the Stockholm Resilience Centre, sat with María Mancilla García and Tilman Hertz on one of the round…

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Workshop on Ontologies and Epistemologies in SES Research

Workshop on Ontologies and Epistemologies in SES Research

Students of sustainability science are often faced with the need to consider a multitude of different knowledge types and forms. This can be quite challenging,…

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On the way to 'lagomness'

On the way to ‘lagomness’

This is to report back from a workshop in Kiel on theories and methods to assess sustainability in complex social-ecological systems. It was organized by…

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Bringing complexity to science communication - The case of fish trade

Bringing complexity to science communication – The case of fish trade

As part of the “Social-Ecological Resilience for Sustainable Development” master’s programme at the Stockholm Resilience Center, I studied the seafood flow from marine ecosystems to different market…

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Social simulation conference 2018

Social simulation conference 2018

Just before everything got really started after the summer break we (Blanca, Emilie, Maja and Nanda) attended and co-organised (Nanda) the social simulation conference in…

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