Loss and Damage and Climate Negotiations workshop in Fiji

An international workshop on loss and damage in Fiji provided a space for strengthening collaborations and increase knowledge sharing.

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Geopolitics and decarbonization: global actors and local impacts

Researchers shared the latest insights on circularity, the production gap and energy transition from the decarbonization research theme

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Highlights from the Mistra Geopolitics annual conference 2023

Experts shared the latest insights from the research themes of food security, sustainable oceans, decarbonization and foresight in Sigtuna.

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COP27 post-match analysis: What has the media missed?

In this online dialogue professor Björn-Ola Linnér facilitated discussions where experts shared insights from COP27.

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Security for whom? Dr. Zhou’s reflections on conflicting narratives around security

Dr. Jiayi Zhou shares insights about her research on conflicting narratives around security in the current geopolitical environment.  

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New PhD students joining Mistra Geopolitics

Three new PhD students from Thailand, Nigeria and Peru joined the Mistra Geopolitics Research School, hosted by Lund University and Stockholm University.

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Can developing future scenarios support reducing risks in supply chains?

Henrik Carlsen reflects on vulnerabilities in global supply chains and how developing future scenarios can support climate change adaptation.

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Can we predict climate change impacts on future 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.

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Q&A: Sweden’s perception of its climate vulnerability changes

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.

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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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