Species are more diverse than we think
A diversity of fish species with different shapes and swimming skills is key to the resilience of coral reefs.
Financial market effects on the Earth system - kick-off for new project.
GEDB Annual Report for 2016
Vacancy: Research assistants
New collaboration to tackle antibiotic resistance
The value of pragmatism in natural resource management
Shocks to fish production
New study looks at how shocks like political change, natural disasters, diseases and overfishing have affected capture fisheries and aquaculture...
Seafood business commits to sustainability efforts
Science and seafood-industry dialogue further ocean stewardship
Policy briefs on Ecosystem Based Management
Grant to study how financial flows affect ecosystems and climate
Video: Carlos Nobre on the fate of the Amazon
Guiding coral reef futures
How much more fishing, nutrient pollution and climate change can the world’s coral reefs endure?
Grant to investigate supply chain strategies for sustainable fisheries
What influences demand for eco-labelled seafood?
Why consumers must become more familiarised with labels in order to boost consumption of responsible seafood produce.
How to tackle antibiotic resistance
Researchers call for stronger coordinated action against overuse of antibiotics
Sustainability screening to combat illegal fishing
Investors can help finance sustainable seafood by demanding transparency on fishing companies’ product ranges.
Cooperation in coupled natural-human systems: its emergence and importance
GEDB researcher James Watson speaks at ECMTB 2016 conference at University of Nottingham 13 July at 11.00 am.
So can Sweden take the lead for sustainable seafood
Insurance, finance and the biosphere
Summary of seminar 6 April, 2016.
SERE seminar: Heterogeneous altruism and long-run discounting
Speaker: Antony Millner. Thursday 12 May 2016.
Post-Doc position: Economics and Sustainability
Vacancy: Post-Doctoral Fellowship on Global Economic Dynamics and Environmental Sustainability. Closing date 31 May 2016.
SERE seminar: Temperature and Human Performance
With Xiaojia Bao, Xiamen University, China. 20 April.
The road ahead after COP21
Beatrice Crona talked at a seminar on climate, sustainability and transformation. Click to read summary (in Swedish).
Stockholm environmental and resource economics (SERE) seminar series
New research on topics related to the environment and natural resources
PhD position in Sustainability Science
Within the project “Putting Financial Systems to Work for Sustainability. Closing date 30 April.
SERE seminar: The environmental and health impacts of transboundary air pollution
With Nicole S. Ngo, University of Oregon
Workshop: land-use change and local food security
GEDB researcher Eny Buchary organised workshop in Indonesia as part of Indonesia – Sweden Excellence Seminar held 14 – 17 March 2016 in Yogyakarta,...
Putting financial systems to work
A SEK 30 million grant for new research program.
SERE seminar: The social cost of carbon with economic and climate risks
Seminar: Up the Ante on Bioeconomic Submodels of Marine Foodwebs
Syndromes of change for small-scale fisheries
How international seafood trade impacts small-scale fisheries
Seminar: Natural capital accounting in the Anthropocene
Funding to fight drug and pesticide resistance
A new GEDB project aims to solve the challenge posed by drug and pesticide resistance by understanding the social and ecological conditions that...
GEDB Progress Report 2013-2015
Read about GEDB research and activities in the Progress Report covering May 2013 to August 2015
Sciences and Humanities visualised
GEDB research featured in photo calendar.
Marine resource exploitation can be contagious
The Internet of the Seas
Financial markets and ecological change
The hidden ecological effects of algorithmic trade and new financial instruments