Research projects and publications

Publications

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Research projects

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BaltSpace

Marine Spatial Planning in the Baltic Sea Region – Integrating Scales, Sectors and Knowledge (BaltSpace)

The interdisciplinary research project BaltSpace aims to generate an improved understanding on what restricts and promotes Marine Spatial Planning (MSP) in the Baltic Sea region. More precisely the focus of BaltSpace is to explore if and how various interests, values and knowledge claims among countries, societal sectors and stakeholders are considered and integrated in MSP processes.

Genomic signatures of anthropogenic stress on revived diatoms from natural archives

REVIVE

Activating children from multi-ethnic disadvantaged urban areas today for a more sustainable tomorrow: playing and experimenting for sustainability leadership.

Activating children

A sustainable spatial planning framework for engaging diverse actors and citizens in revitalising in-between spaces for social inclusion, biodiversity, and well-being.

VIVA-PLAN

Planning with youth: a tool and a framework for an engaging, meaningful and forward-looking participation of youngsters in shaping attractive and sustainable living environments

Planning with youth

Strengthening the Social Pillar in Marine Spatial Planning

Taking Social Sustainability to the Sea

The process of deliberating and adopting a Swedish National Forest Program in the emerging bioeconomy

Towards a reformed forest policy

Comparing "from below" experiences in Brazil, Ecuador and Mozambique

Indigenous Community-Based Eco-Tourism and Socio-environmental Justice in the Global South

Anaerobic ammonia oxidation (anammox): a proposed missing piece in the Baltic Sea nitrogen cycle

Anaerobic ammonia oxidation (anammox): a proposed missing piece in the Baltic Sea nitrogen cycle