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Last changed: 25 May 2023

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Blog posts published outside Mistra EC

Malte Rödl. The Conversation 7 December 2022.

Shiv Ganesh, Delaney Harness. DownToEarth 10 oktober 2022.

Stina Powell. Tidningen Curie 1 juni 2020.

Recently published blog posts from Mistra Environmental Communication 

  • 31 May 2023

    Co-creation for ecosystem restoration – a reflection from Mosquitia

    Portrait of a man. Photo. Arriving on the Misquito coast in eastern Honduras provides a sobering reminder of the tremendous challenge of healing ecosystems that lie ahead of us. The once forest-covered area has largely lost its trees, and the continuous fires ensure they won’t return anytime soon. As a result, the ecosystem in parts of La Mosquitia is moving from forest to grassland.
  • 25 May 2023

    Snufkin’s trousers: The making of the sustainable consumer

    Three portraits in a row. "- I think it would be better if the trousers got older here, Snufkin said. They aren’t my shape yet.
  • 26 April 2023

    Communicating Complexity in Fashion Production: Navigating the Minotaur's Labyrinth of Sustainability

    Unravelling the complex yarn of sustainability challenges in the fashion world is not a Gordian knot to cut and be done with but a continuous learning process about both internal and external relations. Whether within a single company or out in the social media sphere, communication is one common thread that weaves this pattern together.
  • 11 April 2023

    Rights-based land use dialogues – essential for enabling a just green transition

    Kaisa Raitio, Annette Löf. Northern Sweden is expected to play a strategic role in Sweden as well as Europe’s green transition. Yet, conflicts around diverging needs are already materializing and, if left unaddressed, will seriously impede transition efforts.
  • 23 January 2023

    Leading dialogues and cooperations

    Dialogues and cooperation between stakeholders are softer forms of control compared with regulation and taxation. Soft control is popular in contemporary work on transitions. Officials, consultants and communications staff becomes responsible for leading communication about sustainability. Such leaders encounter many difficult situations. We look closer at movements between leading through authority and leading through reasoning.

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Communications officer
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
Division of Environmental Communication,
Department of Urban and Rural Development
Uppsala, Sweden

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