SLU Climate Conversations: Ways forward for land use and climate change
SLU Climate Conversations discuss the sixth assessment report by the UN Climate Panel...Read more
Humanitarians look for COP26 to deliver on existing climate crisis needs
This article was first published in The New Humanitarian. “As global leaders creatively...Read more
Globalize the disciplines! Decolonize development studies!
This article was first published in by the Danish Development Research Network. “What is left...Read more
Better support for local communities can boost reforestation efforts in Ethiopia
This article was first published by Forest News. “Tree planting in Ethiopia presents...Read more
Afghanistan: The humanitarian system risks repeating its mistakes
This article was first published by The New Humanitarian. “Will the international humanitarian...Read more
Rethinking humanitarian reform: what will it take to truly change the system?
Researchers Patrick Saez, Jeremy Konyndyk and Rose Worden describe the results of their research...Read more
How much energy do we need to achieve a decent life for all?
How will humanity cope with providing energy for the world population while meeting the climate...Read more
‘New winter of discontent could be hard to avoid’: economic expert on the crises facing Britain
Is Britain moving towards a similar economic crisis as in the 1970s? In the aftermath of Brexit,...Read more
The trust paradox – when continued NPM leads to trust
Susanna Alexius, Associate Professor at SU, and Janet Vähämäki, Team lead and Senior Researcher...Read more