Metals in the low-carbon energy transition – how do they affect geopolitics?

The fossil fuel-based energy system significantly contributes to environmental and climate problems. In many countries, this issue is emerging as the most important factor affecting energy policy. Ambitious, climate-driven energy policies will certainly affect the geopolitics of energy.

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Walkshop with Mistra Geopolitics Research School

Mistra Geopolitics Research School organized a two-day "walkshop" where they combined in-depth discussions of research projects in progress and explored walking as a methodological practice.

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Sustainability Transformations: Agents and Drivers across Societies

Societal transformations are needed across the globe in light of pressing environmental issues. This need to transform is increasingly acknowledged in policy, planning, academic debate, and media, whether it is to achieve decarbonization, resilience, national development plans, or sustainability objectives.

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China’s rising role in sustainable development and peacebuilding contexts

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) hosted the 2019 Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development with the theme: ‘From crisis response to peacebuilding: Achieving synergies’, from 14th to 16th May.  China’s rising

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Drought, torrential rain and climate change

The theme at the Havs- och vattenforum 2019 was “adaptation to climate change.” The forum, held yearly, aims to increase knowledge about HaV’s business area, exchange ideas about current issues and find

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Reflections from 2nd annual Mistra Geopolitics conference

The second annual conference in the Mistra Geopolitics program held on 30 – 31st January 2019, has come to an end. Eva Krutmeijer reflects on the conference from a communications perspective.

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