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Webcast from science seminar, 5 June

For the first time, a Mistra-SWECIA science seminar has been recorded. You can now follow the seminar from 5 June on webcast.

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The first issue of Mistra-SWECIA Newsletter 2009

The Newsletter presents some notices and results from the programme.

You will find a page with short notices and information on science seminars autumn 2009.
Annika E. Nilsson and Åsa Gerger Swartling provide some preliminary results from the Mistra-SWECIA Stockholm Region case study.
Erik …

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Post-doc Swedish Forestry Policy Analysis - Vacancy

SEI is looking for a Post-doctoral Research Fellow in Mistra-SWECIA, to be based at the Stockholm Environment Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.

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Climate adaptation - science seminar, 5 June

Welcome to the Mistra-SWECIA science seminar on the topic of climate adaptation on June 5 at SEI.

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The Annual report 2008 in English

An abridged version of the Mistra-SWECIA Annual report is now available in English.

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The latest climate research - new report

The past three years of research on the physical climate system and its change has been compiled by the Mistra-SWECIA researcher Markku Rummukainen, together with Erland Källén of the Stockholm University. The report was presented in April to the Commission on Sustainable Development to …

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Urban Hydrology - science seminar, April 3

Welcome to the Mistra-SWECIA science seminar on the topic of urban Hydrological climate change impacts on April 3, at SMHI in Norrköping.

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Mistra-SWECIA Annual report 2008

The past year of the programme is reported in the Mistra-SWECIA Annual report that is now available (in Swedish).

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Presentations from science seminar, 6 Feb

Find a summary and the presentations from the science seminar on Decadal climate prediction on 6 February in the Event calendar.

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Climate impacts - science seminar, March 13

Welcome to the Mistra-SWECIA science seminar on the topic of impacts of weather and climate on mortality in developing countries and on land useon March 13 at Stockholm University.

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