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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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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New publication: Emergent patterns of self-governance

New publication: Emergent patterns of self-governance

In the next decades, small-scale fisheries (SSFs) in developing countries are expected to play a significant role in poverty alleviation and enhancing food security. However,…

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Field trip to Mexico–Meeting the Agents!

Field trip to Mexico–Meeting the Agents!

Reporting back from my recent trip to Mexico, Baja California Sur (BCS), visit small-scale fishery communities, and to join the start-up workshop for my post…

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