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Sturle Hauge Simonsen

Sturle is the head of communications at the Stockholm Resilience Centre. He holds a degree in media and communication studies from Brunel University London, with a specialization in online journalism. Fluent in English and Italian, Norwegian is his mother tongue.

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Articles (7)

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Re.Think Talks/What does a healthy ocean really look like?

Science-based tools like the Ocean Health Index offer comprehensive assessments of the social, economic, and environmental conditions of an ocean

WRITTEN BY Sturle Hauge Simonsen
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Re.Think Talks/In the SDGs, where have biodiversity and ecosystem services gone?

Despite evidence that biodiversity and ecosystem services are relevant to every single of the Sustainable Development Goals, they remain chronically undervalued and largely missing in targets set by the SDGs.

WRITTEN BY Sturle Hauge Simonsen
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Re.Think Talks/What it takes to make science and business connect

Science and industry have much to gain from working more closely together. But their methods and expectations can sometimes feel worlds apart. What makes them so different and what is needed to create more successful collaborations?

WRITTEN BY Sturle Hauge Simonsen
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Re.Think Talks/Building business resilience: what has Covid-19 taught us?

Economies around the world have been shaken by the COVID-19 pandemic and revealed serious vulnerabilities and weaknesses. What can we learn from today’s crisis to build more resilience into our systems?

WRITTEN BY Sturle Hauge Simonsen
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Re.Think Talks/Crisis and renewal: what COVID-19 says about our world

Covid-19 brought the modern world to its knees. Established lifestyles and habits had to change overnight. How did we get to this point?

WRITTEN BY Sturle Hauge Simonsen
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Re.Think Talks/Building back better: economic and financial decision-making in a post-corona world

Some private sectors warn they may be parking long-term climate visions and ambitions to make sure they survive just another day. This could undermine important sustainability efforts

WRITTEN BY Sturle Hauge Simonsen
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Re.Think Talks/Social resilience during times of crisis: what can we learn from those hit the hardest?

The impacts of COVID-19 have hit some communities harder than others, especially in the Global South