The vision of the Stockholm Resilience Centre is a world where social-ecological systems are understood, governed and managed, to enhance human well-being and the capacity to deal with complexity and change, for the sustainable co-evolution of human civilizations with the biosphere. The mission of the centre is to advance research for governance and management of social-ecological systems to secure ecosystem services for human well-being and resilience for long-term sustainability. The centre applies and further develops the scientific achievements of this research within practice, policy and academic training.
Mar 29 2021
Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere
An initiative of Stanford University, bringing the best science to civil society.
Apr 16 2020
The Cascade Institute is a Canadian research centre addressing the full range of humanity’s converging environmental, economic, political, and technological crises. Its...
Mar 05 2020
Resilience.org supports building community resilience in a world of emerging challenges.
Mar 04 2020
The Foresight Analysis Nexus (FAN)
The FAN initiative describes the situation: Two hundred years of economic and complexity growth have added immensely to human welfare and security. It has shaped our...
Feb 05 2020
Global Challenges Foundation
The mission of the Global Challenges Foundation is "to prevent, or at least reduce the likelihood, of a catastrophe that would cause the death of over 10% of humanity,...
Apr 09 2019
Post Carbon Institute
Founded in 2003, Post Carbon Institute’s mission is to lead the transition to a more resilient, equitable, and sustainable world by providing individuals and...
Apr 08 2019
The Dark Mountain Project
In 2009, two English writers published a manifesto. Out of that manifesto grew a cultural movement: a rooted and branching network of creative activity, centred on the...
Apr 08 2019
Centre for the Study of Existential Risk
New and largely unstudied risks are associated with powerful emerging technologies and the impacts of human activity, which in the worst case might pose existential...