In an interview for DN, researchers explain how climate change may give a strategical advantage to Russia in terms of food production.
Karina Barquet moderated a dialogue on marine spatial planning and the role of innovation in the blue economy at Stockholm+50.
Dr Boulanin gave a briefing on trends in the development and use of emerging technologies, opportunities and risks for international peace and security.
In the same manner as societies are developing policies to strike the optimal balance between public safety and social and economic cost of Covid-19, the international community is negotiating strategies to address climate change.
The Swedish National Expert Council for Climate Adaptation launched a report to the government regarding a revision of Sweden's national adaptation strategy. SEI's Frida Lager contributed to the report through her research expertise in Mistra Geopolitics.
Björn-Ola Linnér: “A small step for humanity, but a big step for the climate negotiations, with an emphasis on the negotiations.”
A year of a pandemic, how has the future changed? Karl Hallding presents probable future scenarios based on research performed within Mistra Geopolitics in collaboration with Futurion.
The National People’s Congress of China has now concluded its annual session in Beijing.
A new study in PNAS finds that aid provided by the United Nations (UN) in the aftermath of climate-related disasters is driven by humanitarian need rather than by strategic donor interests. The results underline the importance of climate-related hazards for understanding aid disbursements.