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.
A new report examines the challenges and opportunities of using AI to predict climate change related disasters.
A new report shows that many feel the urgency of the climate crisis and urges for deeper reforms of UN climate diplomacy.
Researchers within Mistra Geopolitics provides scientific knowledge to the UN high-level meeting Stockholm+50.
In March, Mistra Geopolitics held its annual conference. Opening remarks were given by Björn-Ola Linnér, Linköping University and Måns Nilsson, SEI.
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.
Björn-Ola Linnér: “A small step for humanity, but a big step for the climate negotiations, with an emphasis on the negotiations.”
Mistra Geopolitics is awarded to the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Science's prestigious 100 list.
Covid-19 places new demands on society regarding reconstruction and long-term decisions. The Mistra Geopolitics annual report include highlights of Mistra Geopolitics research, contributing to increased foresight in a world characterized by uncertainty and rapid change.