Mistra Geopolitics Board Member, Robert Egnell honoured by the King of Sweden

The Vice-Chancellor of the Swedish Defence University, Robert Egnell, who sits on the Board of Mistra Geopolitics has been awarded the Kings Medal in a ceremony at the Royal Palace.

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Unleashing Sweden’s innovation potential: A blueprint for the green transition

Carlsen argues that innovation is required at the societal level and that the state must play a much more active role in the green transition.

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How will artificial intelligence influence climate science?

In a commentary for One Earth, Mistra Geopolitics researchers discuss why AI play an important role in creating long-term climate scenarios.

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Media advisory: What does the COP28 agreement entail?

On 19 December, an esteemed panel will share insights into the COP28 negotiations and what they mean for the climate challenge facing the world's countries.

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New report on using artificial intelligence to improve climate security

A new report examines the challenges and opportunities of using AI to predict climate change related disasters.

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New report shows UN climate diplomacy at crossroads

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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Mistra Geopolitics at the Swedish political week in Almedalen

Director Björn-Ola Linnér, Dr Karina Barquet and Professor Fredrik Heintz will contribute to several public events during Sweden’s political week in Almedalen 2023.

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‘Ecocide should be recognised as a violation of international law’

Mistra Geopolitics researchers share their view on what the Swedish government should do regarding the attack on the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant.

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Mistra Geopolitics in the spotlight: 2022’s most influential climate conversations

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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Interviews with Mistra Geopolitics scholars’

Interviews with PhD students in the programme's research school, which trains scholars in geopolitics and sustainable development analysis.

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