The role of novel entities in sustainable development
Synthetic fertilisers, pesticides, and more recently genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are cornerstones of today’s global food security paradigm....
GEDB Annual Report 2021
Getting law to work for the water-cycle
Humans have changed the global water cycle but governmental bodies designed to govern water struggle to keep up. A new legal perspective may...
Risk assessments for a complex future
With the new geological era, the Anthropocene, in which humans are the key driving force reshaping earth system processes, follows new type of...
New metric to track environmental impacts
A new metric can help investors, companies, cities, and governments track their environmental impacts beyond greenhouse gas emissions, by assessing...
Time for a bluefood revolution
An unprecedented review of the aquatic foods sector uncovers how fisheries and aquaculture can play a greater role in delivering healthy diets...
Principles for a sounder Blue Economy
The rapid expansion of industrial activities in the ocean continues to outpace global regulatory efforts and to generate negative consequences...
Financial risk frameworks lack systemic view
The financial sector has great power to contribute to the rapid transformation needed for the world to deliver on the targets of the Paris Agreement...
GEDB Annual Report 2020
GEDB Annual report 2019
An altered planetary anatomy
In the Anthropocene humans have transformed much of the planet for their own wellbeing. However, that came at the cost of planet itself, since...
Time for corporate biosphere stewardship
A small number of transnational corporations hold enough power to support or hamper a global transition to more sustainable future.
Scientists Should Disclose Origin in Marine Gene Patents
A diagnostic framework for equitable mariculture
A diagnostic framework for equitable mariculture development in the Western Indian Ocean.
GEDB Annual Report for 2018
Planetary boundaries for antibiotic and pesticide resistance
The role of 'Financial Giants' in climate stability
Svenskt aktieägande i industrier som påverkar global klimatstabilitet
Financial leadership for climate stability
Environmental effects of tax havens
Cities miss out on climate fund investments
Who owns ocean biodiversity?
Trump's disregard for climate change no surprise
GEDB Annual Report for 2017
Towards a pro-microbial state of mind
New science and popular science articles on the role of microbes for human health, the development and dangers of microbial resistance and how...
Eight ways to rewire food systems
A rethink on how we produce our food
Governance challenges with automated trading
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.
GEDB Annual Report for 2016
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...
Policy briefs on Ecosystem Based Management
Guiding coral reef futures
How much more fishing, nutrient pollution and climate change can the world’s coral reefs endure?
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
Syndromes of change for small-scale fisheries
How international seafood trade impacts small-scale fisheries
GEDB Progress Report 2013-2015
Read about GEDB research and activities in the Progress Report covering May 2013 to August 2015
Marine resource exploitation can be contagious
Financial markets and ecological change
The hidden ecological effects of algorithmic trade and new financial instruments