Artificial Intelligence for Climate Security: Possibilities and Challenges

Authors of this report explore the possibilities and challenges with artificial intelligence applied to climate security.

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The future of the UNFCCC

A new report shows that many feel the urgency of the climate crisis and urges for deeper reforms of UN climate diplomacy.

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AI and the governance of sustainable development. An idea analysis of the European Union, the United Nations, and the World Economic Forum

Researchers present an analysis of the uptake of AI in the policy documents and reports of the UN, the EU and the WEF.

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The arctic is hot: addressing the social and environmental implications

This policy brief explores the EU's growing interest in the Arctic and implications it may have for the Sami, the EU's only Indigenous group.

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Returning to core principles to advance the 2030 Agenda

In this Nature Comment, Henrik Carlsen, Nina Weitz, Therese Bennich and co-authors highlight the core principles to advance the 2030 Agenda.

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High Seas Treaty: searching for common grounds

This policy brief explores the opportunities for, and implications of, governing the world’s common ocean against the contemporary geopolitical backdrop.

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The Return of Malthus: Environmentalism and the Post-war Population–Resource Crises

Björn-Ola Linnér examines crises of population growth and resource shortage from the Second World War to the present in a revised book edition.

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Artificial intelligence, sustainable development and geopolitics in Africa

A working paper exploring the links between artificial intelligence and sustainable development in Africa.

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Critical Raw Material Supply Matters and the Potential of the Circular Economy to Contribute to Security

This article by Månberger discusses how the circularity of critical metals can influence its supply and security in the EU.

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Transformations towards Sustainable Food Systems: Pathways, Governance, and Actors in a Swedish and European Union Context

Karin Eliasson from Linköping University investigates the scope of action Swedish stakeholders have in relation to sustainable food systems.

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