Ocean Risk and Resilience Reports
A trio of ground-breaking reports from Stockholm Resilience at Stockholm University, commissioned by the Ocean Risk and Resilience Action Alliance, finds the blue economy is at a tipping point with the potential for significant acceleration and growth — but only with the right frameworks.
Ocean Risk Report Authors
- Albert Norström
- Robert Blasiak
- Jean-Baptiste Jouffray
- Colette C.C. Wabnitz
- Kanae Tokunaga
Climate change has been impacting both the natural environment and human societies. At the same time, as technology develops, we are also seeing oceans used in multiple ways, including fisheries, aquaculture, offshore wind, etc. Understanding how human activities impact coastal and marine ecosystems grows increasingly complicated. This project synthesizes existing knowledge of ocean risks and resilience and tools to assess such risks and vulnerabilities in coastal communities across the globe.
Ocean, Climate, and Coastal Resiliency Projects
Explore other research around ocean, climate, and coastal resiliency.
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Climate & The Pandemic: Effects of the Pandemic on Climate Change & Lessons Learned about Global Crises
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