We are an interdisciplinary Team of researchers with backgrounds ranging from ecology, political science, artificial intelligence, system science, computer science, philosophy, physics, mathematics, etc. Read more about our Research, Methods and Models in the different sections.
The most recent highlights from our work are presented in publications & toolkits & models. Our ongoing adventures are presented in our blog. Currently featured: Know your ologies – Toolkit for cross-disciplinary research
Know your ologies – Toolkit for cross-disciplinary research
Researchers of sustainability science are often faced with the need to consider a multitude of different knowledge types and forms. This can be challenging, given that many of these are generated in very different ways. This, in turn, can be traced back to radically different understandings of reality and ways to study this reality. What, in turn, does that mean for the practice of cross-disciplinary (multi- inter- trans-) cooperation/integration which is so central for sustainability research?
Please find here a toolkit that provides guidance to researchers for “mapping” their research across some of the categories of philosophy of science, either in the framework of an individual exercise or in the framework of a workshop for participants of research projects. Made by María Mancilla García and Tilman Hertz in collaboration with the SES-LINK team and PhD students at SRC.
Social-ecological systems are complex adaptive systems
View our short animation of social-ecological systems as complex adaptive systems. Made by the SES-LINK group in collaboration with Azote.
Our research is funded by European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No 682472 — MUSES), the NSF project MAREA, the Swedish Research Council (VR) for an Interdisciplinary Research Environment (CauSES), Biodiversa/Belmont for the project LimnoScenES, VR/Formas/Sida for the projects OctoPINTS and FoREL, and the Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC).