- ICLEI - Local Governments for Sustainability
- India Federation of Self Employed Women's Association
- Indian Institute for Human Settlements
- Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations
- International Civil Society Action Network
- International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
- International Institute for Environmental Development
- International Monetary Fund
- International Ocean Institute
- International Telecommunication Union
- International Union for the Conservation of Nature
- UN Statistics Division
- UNESCO Information for All Programme
- UNESCO Institute for Statistics
- UNESCO Montevideo Office
- UNESCO World Water Assessment Programme (WWAP)
- United Cities and Local Governments
- United Nations
- United Nations Development Programme
- United Nations Economic Commission for Africa
- United Nations Environment Programme
- Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro (Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro)
- Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
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Maria Tengö is a researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre. Read more about her work here: http://www.stockholmresilience.org/contact-us/staff/2012-08-15-tengo.html.
Johan Rockström is a Professor in Environmental Science with emphasis on water resources and global sustainability at Stockholm University and the Executive Director of Stockholm Resilience Centre. He is an internationally recognized scientist on global sustainability issues, where he led the recent development of the new Planetary Boundaries framework for human development in the current era of rapid global change. He is a leading scientist on global water resources, and strategies to build resilience in water scarce regions of the world, with more than 15 years experience from applied water research in tropical regions, and more than 100 research publications in fields ranging from applied land and water management to global sustainability.
Belinda Reyers is a researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre. Read more about her work here.
Garry Peterson is a Professor in Environmental Sciences with focus on resilience in socialecological systems and head of the PhD programme in Sustainability Science at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, at Stockholm University. He co-leads a research project on socialecological dynamics of ecosystem services in the Stockholm region, contributes to IPBES, and contributed to the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. He is co-leader of the regime shifts research theme at the Stockholm Resilience Centre (regimeshifts.org). Garry Peterson has an interdisciplinary background and his research has consistently combined theoretical development with applied practical work. His current research focusses on how interactions among people and nature produce diverse benefits for people, or ecosystem services, and how social-ecological systems can abruptly reorganize. He is also currently working on identifying how alternative social-ecological trajectories that could lead towards ‘good’ futures for people in the Anthropocene can be identified and compared.
Per Olsson is a researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre. Read more about his work here: http://www.stockholmresilience.org/contact-us/staff/2008-01-08-olsson.html.
Andrew Merrie is Communications Officer at the Stockholm Resilience Centre. Read more about his work here.
Jamila Haider is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Stockholm Resilience Centre. Read more about her work here: http://www.stockholmresilience.org/contact-us/staff/2012-11-06-haider.html.
Line Gordin is deputy director and an associate professor at Stockholm Resilience Centre. Read more about her work here: http://www.stockholmresilience.org/contact-us/staff/2008-01-08-gordon.html.
Victor Galaz is an Associate Professor and Senior Lecturer in political science, and is currently working as a researcher and co-theme leader for Global and Cross-Scale Dynamics at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, and as Acting Executive Director for the Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere programme at The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. His current research interests are in global environmental governance, planetary boundaries, emerging technologies and emerging political conflicts associated with the notion of the Anthropocene. His work has been featured in international media such as Wired, The Guardian, New Scientist and Nature. He is a regular contributor in the Swedish public and policy debate about environmental policy and emerging technologies. Victor is also the author of “Global Environmental Governance, Technology and Politics – The Anthropocene Gap” (Edward Elgar, 2014).