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Artisanal Fishers in the Storm's Eye: as oceans turn stormier forecasters need to listen to fishers
New blog detailing how artisanal fishers in the North Indian Ocean struggle with inadequate forecasts, risking their lives amid warming, stormier seas
Addressing eco-anxiety through law and policy: first reflections in the light of recent climate litigation cases
Taking an interdisciplinary approach is crucial to fully comprehend eco-anxiety and the role law and policy frameworks can play in addressing this
South Coast sustainability: research, dialogue and action towards transformative landscape use
The South Coast sustainability (SCS) Research System is focusing on developing actionable...
Integrating law and nutrition in Zambia
Recent workshop convened by Jody Harris and Ruth Stirton in Lusaka, Zambia enables conversations to strengthen action on "right to nutrition" approach
Reinforcing Sustainability in Partnerships and Exchanges to reduce Climate Impacts
A short blog piece on SSRP Comms and Engagement Officer's experience at the 'ReSPECt' conference in Göttingen, Germany
Adoption of the post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework at COP 15 must not be the final step
Is the adoption of the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework enough to achieve the radical transformations needed to avert the biodiversity crisis?
Will the Rights of Nature find its rightful place at the UN Biodiversity Conference (COP 15)?
The dynamics of COP reproduce neoliberal values of the environment. COP 15 however could be an opportunity to incorporate a Rights of Nature approach.
Due diligence rules for deforestation-free supply chains may not survive cost inflation: can digital services help?
Due diligence processes regarding sustainability in supply chains have been a popular policy initiative over recent years.
‘Creating with Uncertainty’: experimenting with creative methods for climate education
Jointly funded HEIF/SSRP project aims to reconfigure education which embraces a creative engagement with uncertainty
How can research help to reverse biodiversity loss?
The widespread loss and degradation of biodiversity is one of our planet’s most pressing crises. Species diversity across all life including...
Forecasting with fishers out of a job
Rain clouds approach the shores of Puthiyathura village of Thiruvananthapuram district in southwestern India Puthiyathura,...
COVID-19: a shot in the arm for healthcare?
The COVID-19 pandemic has catapulted healthcare to the forefront of public interest. Yet healthcare institutions are under immense financial...
Keeping distance, lacking space: COVID-19 in refugee camps and informal settlements
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned our lives upside down over the last couple of weeks. Country after country...
Sustainable Development Goals and the Pandemic
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) form an ‘integrated and indivisible’ framework of goals and targets to guide all countries...
The Arts and Regenerative Cultures in the time of COVID-19
In the course of a three-month period, COVID-19 has wrought unprecedented social and economic change across Europe. Much of this has been...
COVID-19 and the environmental yo-yo diet
There are more COVID-19 theories circulating than toilet paper stocked up in a family household of 4 during the first weeks of lockdown. Most...
Things to do online during lockdown
Staying at home to prevent the spread of COVID-19 during this pandemic has compelled us to explore alternative ways to socialise, work, learn, keep...
Find solace in the bees
Our world has become an uncertain and fragile place, one in which we all worry for the health of our older relatives and wonder what kind of future...
Sustainable pandemic preparedness: beyond health systems in poor countries
It’s not that nobody had seen this coming. The World Health Organisation had been ringing the alarm bells for years. Bill Gates, chairman of...