Mistra Geopolitics is a research programme that examines the dynamics of geopolitics, human security and environmental change. The results will be of special relevance for Sweden and Swedish actors.
What is Mistra Geopolitics?
- The Global Conflict Risk Index workshop on climate, conflict and short-term forecasting 2022-09-22 8:30 All day
- Climate and conflict: Nina von Uexkull’s lecture for Framtidsakademin Uppsala 2022-09-14 18:15 Wednesday, 18:15PM to 19:30PM
- World Water Week: Humanitarian responses to climate shocks in fragile settings Stockholm 2022-08-28 16:00 Sunday, 16:00PM to 17:30PM
- Klimat, säkerhet och resurser – hur hanterar vi flera kriser samtidigt? Visby 2022-07-04 15:45 Monday, 15:45PM to 16:30PM
- Backlash i klimatfrågan – hur kan politiken bli bättre på framsynthet? Visby 2022-07-04 10:00 Monday, 10:00AM to 11:00AM
- Hur kan AI bidra till hållbar utveckling i Afrika? 2022-06-10 13:00 Friday, 13:00PM to 15:00PM
I'm involved in Mistra Geopolitics because...
Former Minister of the Environment and EU parliamentarians, as well as Chair of Mistra Geopolitics
The climate effects affect us globally and politically in terms of energy, food, water and migration. It is a question of cross-border challenges and in order to meet them, cross-border research is needed. Mistra Geopolitics is composed to cope with this.
Programme Director Mistra Geopolitics and Professor at the Centre for Climate Science and Policy Research at Linköping University, Sweden
This unique research programme will enable us to carry out advanced studies of complex challenges and identify opportunities for Swedish actors to contribute to welfare and global development.
Senior researcher at SEI and leader of the Mistra Geopolitics Work package 2
From our earlier work on indicators for cascading and transnational climate impacts, we know that in an international comparison Sweden is more vulnerable to different kinds of indirect climate impacts than to direct climate impacts occurring within our borders.