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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Baltic cod collapse study featured in video by SESYNC

Baltic cod collapse study featured in video by SESYNC

Our modeling study on the importance of social processes for the collapse of the cod in the Baltic (Lade et al. 2015, blog post) published…

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New Publication: Interest groups in EU Common Fisheries Policy

New Publication: Interest groups in EU Common Fisheries Policy

(Title picture source: FrankPaul / WWF ) Non-state actors have always played a significant role in environmental politics. As interest groups, organized non-state actors attempt…

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Resilience thinking agent-based modelers join forces with marine biologists

Resilience thinking agent-based modelers join forces with marine biologists

For a couple of days the agent-based specialists me (Emilie Lindkvist) and Maja Schlüter from Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC) reunited with Andrew Johnson, Octavio Aburto-Ortopeza…

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Understanding a social-ecological system through stakeholder dialogue

Understanding a social-ecological system through stakeholder dialogue

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”  Margaret Mead  …

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