Mistra Geopolitics researchers were quoted in over 500 news media articles in 2022, a 23% increase in media exposure compared to 2021.
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Dr. Henrik Carlsen, Co-Director of Mistra Geopolitics and SEI Senior Research Fellow, has been appointed to the UNEP-ISC Foresight Expert Panel.
Interviews with PhD students in the programme's research school, which trains scholars in geopolitics and sustainable development analysis.
An international workshop on loss and damage in Fiji provided a space for strengthening collaborations and increase knowledge sharing.
New research shows that existing economic forecasting vastly underestimate the impact of conflict on marginalized countries.
Experts shared the latest insights from the research themes of food security, sustainable oceans, decarbonization and foresight in Sigtuna.
SIPRI's Research Analyst, Emilie Broek, shared how Civil Society Organizations engage in Arctic Governance at Arctic Frontiers 2023.
In a new film experts discuss the importance of foresight, emerging technologies and artificial intelligence to achieve the SDGs.
In this online dialogue professor Björn-Ola Linnér facilitated discussions where experts shared insights from COP27.
Dr. Jiayi Zhou shares insights about her research on conflicting narratives around security in the current geopolitical environment.
In this journal article Bremberg and co-authors explores what underpins policy actions for climate security in international organizations.
In a new film Torbjörn Hamnmark, Dan Smith, Daria Ivleva and Taylor Dimsdale discuss the geopolitics of decarbonization, finance and trade.
A new report on climate change and migration with a focus on future scenarios and political choices will be launched on 8 November.
Insights from the Stockholm World Water Week session "Humanitarian responses to climate-related shocks in fragile settings: information challenges."
A new report by SEI and Mistra Geopolitics highlights climate risks connected to Sweden's consumption and trade of input goods.
Mistra Geopolitics Co-Director Henrik Carlsen talks about Nord Stream, the hybrid war and how Russia should think ahead in SVT Agenda.
Power shift in Sweden creates concern about increased emissions. Mistra Geopolitics' Director Björn-Ola Linnér comments on the topic.
Three new PhD students from Thailand, Nigeria and Peru joined the Mistra Geopolitics Research School, hosted by Lund University and Stockholm University.
A new study finds that countries are not prepared for climate tipping points, but policymakers still have time to act.
Henrik Carlsen reflects on vulnerabilities in global supply chains and how developing future scenarios can support climate change adaptation.
Mistra Geopolitics experts discuss how to handle conflict, food insecurity, pandemics, and climate change.
Climate, security and resources challenges were discussed by an expert panel at the Mistra seminar in Almedalen.
Panellist discussed how short and long-term policies influence the climate-driven agenda during Almedalsveckan in Visby, Gotland.
Nina von Uexkull has been awarded the prestigious Oscar Prize for her work on security implications of climate change.
In an interview for DN, researchers explain how climate change may give a strategical advantage to Russia in terms of food production.
Mistra Geopolitics Co-Director Henrik Carlsen will participate in two seminars on 4 July, organised in collaboration with Mistra and the Haga Initiative during Almedalsveckan.
Karina Barquet moderated a dialogue on marine spatial planning and the role of innovation in the blue economy at Stockholm+50.
Karina Barquet presenting her research at the Stockholm+50 side event on Blue Economy, Sports and Environment.
Climate-related challenges that societies in the Mediterranean region are facing are analyzed in this recently published book.
Researchers shared the latest insights on circularity, the production gap and energy transition from the decarbonization research theme