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  • 10 Dec 2021
    Julian Caldecott

    International Mountain Day, 11 Dec 2021

    On this day we consider mountain ecosystems, peoples, wild species, water and weather, and salute their vital role in sustaining life and livelihoods. We also renew our commitment to saving montane environments from the casual abuses of lowland power and ignorance

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  • 21 Jul 2020
    Janina Grabs

    The stories behind your cup of coffee – are standards selling sustainability short?

    For many academics, the workday begins with a cup of coffee. Next time you fill up the machine – possibly still bleary-eyed – take a closer look at the coffee package: can you see a sustainability label such as Rainforest Alliance’s frog or Fairtrade’s little figurine? Have you ever wondered what stands behind those sustainability […]

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  • 14 Jul 2020
    Björn-Ola Linnér

    Will the Corona pandemic be the societal disruptor we’ve been waiting for?

    The Corona pandemic and the ensuing recovery packages seem poised to bring about disruptions that will define world politics over the coming decades. Ultimately, the disruptions may trigger transformations of the world’s societies as we know them – for better, for worse. A societal disruptor is an occurrence that interrupts a system or a process […]

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