New book chapter on climate and security in the Mediterranean

Climate-related challenges that societies in the Mediterranean region are facing are analyzed in this recently published book.

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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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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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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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Björn-Ola Linnér member of the Swedish delegation on biodiversity and ecosystem services

Mistra Geopolitics Director Björn-Ola Linnér is a member of the Swedish delegation on biodiversity and ecosystem services.

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New study on climate change as a security risk

Mistra Geopolitics will be presenting results from the study ‘Climate change as security risks: Perception patterns among UN climate conference participants’ at a webinar about climate security on 29 April, hosted by SEI and Mistra Geopolitics.

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Film launch: Navigating towards a secure and sustainable future

This film showcases the Mistra Geopolitics programme, featuring scientists from Linköping University, SEI, Lund University, SIPRI and Stockholm University.

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How ambitious is China’s five-year plan on climate targets?

The National People’s Congress of China has now concluded its annual session in Beijing.

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Decarbonization impacts of the Belt and Road Initiative in Kazakhstan

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is an example of how decarbonization processes interact with the geopolitical dynamics.

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