Deciphering the scientific literature on SDG interactions: A review and reading guide

This paper aims to decipher the literature on SDG interactions by providing an overview of the current research, based on a sample of 70 peer-reviewed articles.

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The importance of research – Interviews with Mistra Programme Directors

How can content and results from Mistra's research programmes contribute to a sustainable recovery and long-term social transformation?

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Q&A: How the Mistra Geopolitics programme contributes to a more sustainable world

Looking ahead to the second phase of the Mistra Geopolitics research programme.

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The geopolitics of decarbonization – Towards an analytical framework

This report structures the interrelationship between geopolitics and decarbonization and identifies questions on future trends.

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Can the EU and China save the Paris Agreement in 2020? Avoiding trade-wars and increasing joint ambitions?

Is China trying to reshape the nature of international order through the Belt and Road Initiative?

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What role does China play in Climate Change?

Is China trying to reshape the nature of international order through the Belt and Road Initiative?

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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

The need for societal transformation is increasingly acknowledged in policy, planning, academia and media to achieve decarbonization, resilience, national development plans or sustainability objectives.

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Beyond Limits: Making Policy in a Climate Changed World

Rather than promising secure futures, the anthropocene places us at an uncomfortable juncture where irreversible loss and damage has already occurred.

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Disruptive impacts of electric vehicles should be focus at upcoming G20

New study finds most countries are not prepared for impacts of unexpectedly rapid market penetration of Electronic Vehicles.

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