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Effective adaptation essential for coping with inevitable climate change

It is clear that effective adaptation will be essential for coping with inevitable climate change. But are societies sufficiently aware of and prepared for these accelerating and unprecedented changes? This was a central question posed for participants at the Second Nordic International Conference …

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Poverty and climate collect world-leading economists to Stockholm

World poverty and climate are on the agenda when the Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm University, gathers world leading economists at an international conference on September 5-8.

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Ledig tjänst: Forskare Lunds universitet

Forskare i agent-baserad modellering av skogligt beslutsfattande och klimatanpassning sökes inom Mistra-SWECIA till Lunds universitet.

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Mistra-SWECIA Annual report 2011

The Mistra-SWECIA Annual report for 2011 in English is now available.
The Mistra-SWECIA annual report provides information about the programme and takes a look at the past year's research activities and results, as well as communication and user interaction. The annual report in Swedish and English …

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Second Nordic International Conference on Climate Change Adaptation, 29-31 August

Mistra-SWECIA is co-funding the Second Nordic International Conference on Climate Change Adaptation that will be held in Helsinki on 29-31 August 2012.

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Mistra-SWECIA Årsrapport 2011

The Mistra-SWECIA Annual report for 2011 in Swedish is now available.

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Mistra-SWECIA´s second phase

The programme has now entered its second phase that runs from 2012 to 2015, following the successful scientific and user value evaluation in 2011.
During the coming four years, the Mistra-SWECIA scientists will continue to work to improve knowledge about climate change adaptation. The thematic …

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A new issue of the Mistra-SWECIA Newsletter

  • A warm spring can be relatively cold - climate change may increase the risk for frost damage
  • Power to the Practitioners: Preliminary results of learning about adaptation among participants of the Mistra-SWECIA forestry case study
  • Urban Water Vision: a new way to communicate the climate …

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Mistra-SWECIA at IPCC's SREX meeting

Mistra-SWECIA researcher Lars Bärring was present at the IPCC meeting in Uganda last week, where the Summary for Policymakers of the SREX report (Special Report on Managing the Risks of Extreme Events and Disasters to Advance Climate Change Adaptation) was approved.

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A new issue of the Mistra-SWECIA Newsletter

Parameterisation of climate impact on vegetation
Increased risk of harmful insect outbreaks in a warmer climate
A course and a textbook on the climate and the economy
Simple modelling of the marine carbon cycle

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