Knowledge Co-creation for Transformative Change
Knowledge co-production is increasingly recognised as a more legitimate vehicle to support sustainability transformations in contexts characterised by a high degree of complexity and uncertainty. This approach broadens the scientific peer group to include a rich diversity of perspectives and values from multiple actors from different sectors, as well as from different societal intersections, to support creative, inclusive, and meaningful collaborations. By embracing and integrating different ways of knowing and acting, our research seeks to enable new forms of practice and processes to support transitions towards sustainable futures.
MISTRA Environmental Communication
Mistra Environmental Communication (MISTRA EC) is a four-year research programme that aims to reframe environmental communication, i.e., to mainstream an advanced and inclusive understanding of environmental communication in research, policy and practice.
LAND-PATHS is a 5-year research programme aiming at developing new strategies for governance and management that strengthen the landscape’s biodiversity and promote its multifunctionality. The programme focuses on five types of landscapes - forest, agricultural, sea and coast, urban and mountain landscapes in five subprojects (SPs).
Sustainable cruise tourism destinations in the Arctic
Explores ways in which small Arctic communities can live with cruise tourism in a more sustainable way. We utilize co-creative methodologies to generate knowledge that communities can implement to gain more control over the development of cruise tourism to enhance sustainable development for healthy environments and human communities.
Uppsala Climate Protocol and civil society collaboration
Focuses on how civil society organisations can collaborate with public and private actors to generate sustainable development, by focusing on modes of collaboration and co-creation of knowledge and meaning within the Uppsala Climate Protocol.