This series focuses on multi-disciplinary research emphasising policy connections between scientific/technical analysis and management strategies for environment and development issues. The series is produced in conjunction with the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), a Swedish government-chartered research institute specialising in global environmental and developmental research.
This series comprises four main areas:
* environmental resources
* environmental technology
* environmental impacts
* environmental policy and management
By Gilberto C. Gallopín, Paul D. Raskin
July 08, 2016
Unprecedented levels of wealth, technology and institutional capacity can forge a just, peaceful and ecologically resilient future. However, the authors argue, social polarization, geo-political conflict and environmental degradation are threatening the long-term well-being of humanity and the ...
By Mary MacDonald
December 01, 2014
Agendas and Sustainability considers the processes used for devising global environment and development agendas and provides practical suggestions for their future development and influence. A collaboration of the latest research from the Stockholm Environment Institute and the Earth Council, the ...
By Bo Kjellén
March 06, 2009
Accelerating, human-induced changes in global natural systems, with global warming as a prime example, are modifying international relations. Diplomacy has to recognize that new types of threats will require new solutions and a new spirit of cooperation. This is a gradual process; traditional ...
By Philippe Lavigne Delville, Emmanuel Gregoire, Pierre Janin, Jean Koechlin, Claude Raynaut
June 01, 2002
This book explores the links between environment and social systems in the Sahel, integrating ecological, demographic, economic, technical, social and cultural factors. Examining the conditions for land occupation and natural resource use, it offers a conceptual and practical approach to social ...