Mistra Geopolitics providing knowledge to the UN meeting Stockholm+50

Mistra Geopolitics researchers at Stockholm University and SIPRI are providing scientific knowledge to the UN high-level meeting Stockholm+50.

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New report: Climate risks and community resilience in the mining sector

Today, the report “Climate risks and community resilience in the mining sector” are presented by authors from Stockholm University at a launch event.

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High media exposure for Mistra Geopolitics

Mistra Geopolitics scientists were quoted in 425 media articles published by international and Swedish news outlets during 2021.

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Highlights from the Mistra Geopolitics annual conference 2022

In March, Mistra Geopolitics held its annual conference. Opening remarks were given by Björn-Ola Linnér, Linköping University and Måns Nilsson, SEI.

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Mistra Geopolitics annual report 2021

The annual report highlights cutting-edge research on climate risks and security, food security, decarbonization, sustainable oceans and emerging technologies.

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Film launch: Climate risks to global food trade

In this Mistra Geopolitics film Kevin M. Adams explains how climate risks to major commodities can be addressed.

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Apply to the Mistra Geopolitics research school 2022

Mistra Geopolitics offers financial support for up to three PhD students to spend the autumn semester of 2022 as guest researchers within the research programme. Application deadline: 1 February.

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New report reveals major climate risks to global food trade

A report by SEI and Mistra Geopolitics reveals the climate risks to global trade in major agricultural commodities.

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New book about security, insecurity and the Anthropocene

A new book is published today by SIPRI and Oxford University Press. “Anthropocene (In)securities: Reflections on Collective Survival 50 Years After the Stockholm Conference”, is edited by E. Lövbrand and M. Mobjörk and includes a foreword by Ambassador Jan Eliasson.

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New study: Increased engagement in climate adaptation among 30 organizations

In a study in PLOS ONE, researchers from Mistra Geopolitics and Stockholm University have published the first dataset quantifying climate change adaptation by 30 international organizations.

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