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将旱地与可持续发展目标联系起来

The project XPaths will conduct cross-case comparisons and examine contextual differences between critical dryland regions in 塞内加尔, 巴西和西班牙. 照片:B. Hermant / Unsplash

XPaths is a Formas-funded research project that explores the critical issues of co-designing inclusive pathways towards the 可持续发展目标 (SDGs)

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  • "Science in action: Intersecting pathways to the SDGs across scales in drylands (XPaths)" is a collaborative research project that will run from 2021-2023
  • The project explores how to inclusively design pathways that lead towards achieving the SDGs, 利用巴西的旱地, 塞内加尔, 西班牙作为案例研究, as well as how distant regions 比如瑞典和欧盟 can have local and regional influence
  • XPaths will use systems thinking science as well as cross-scale participatory and modeling approaches including Wayfinder, 可持续发展目标的三个方向, 以及可持续发展目标评估工具

Identifying inclusive pathways to sustainable and just futures is extremely challenging. This is particularly true in global drylands where there are increasing social and environmental pressures, 与水资源供应有关的不平等和冲突不断加剧.

xpath,它代表 Science in action: Intersecting pathways to the SDGs across scales in drylands, is a collaborative research project that will explore the critical issues of co-designing inclusive pathways towards SDGs.

通过科学行动研究过程, the project will look at three countries with critical dryland regions.

黛博拉Goffner, 一个xpath研究员, explains: “The case studies are strategically located in the drylands of countries spanning different levels of income and different institutional and historical contexts - Brazil, 塞内加尔, 和西班牙.” This type of study design will allow for XPaths to make cross-case comparisons, 但也要研究背景差异.

该项目由Formas资助, a Swedish government research council for sustainable development from their 2019 call Realising the Global 可持续发展目标, 从2021年到2023年, 并将由斯德哥尔摩恢复中心主办.

本地连接到全局

XPaths will advance knowledge on barriers and leverage points for the achievement of the SDGs through participative transdisciplinary processes operating at multiple levels, 从本地到全球, as a means to connect the global SDGs to local issues and aspirations. Local and regional key actors in each region will be identified and involved in the project early on as a way to ensure action.

Our core assumption is that achieving the globally-defined SDGs requires fostering action at multiple levels and involving a mandatory sense-making process of the SDGs at the national and local levels. This allows for the SDGs to be translated into tangible actions specifically designed to local contexts.

安娜·宝拉·阿吉亚尔,首席调查员

The science-action process in XPaths combines transdisciplinary cutting-edge system thinking with state-of-the-art cross-scale participatory and modeling approaches for discussing pathways to sustainable futures.

这些方法包括:

除了, 该项目确定了遥远的地区, 比如瑞典和欧盟, 伟德官方网址实现可持续发展目标的途径, 通过贸易等一些因素, 投资, 和发展政策. 该项目还将采用原型分析, 一种统计方法, to shed light on which elements of pathways and leverage points towards the SDGs are recurrent across dryland regions, 因此可以转移到其他相关的语境中.

共同努力

XPaths will draw on the expertise from a team of scientists affiliated with several global institutions, 包括:

  • 斯德哥尔摩大学(瑞典)斯德哥尔摩弹性中心
  • Earth Systems Sciences Center, National Institute for Space 研究 (Brazil)
  • 法国国家科学研究中心(法国)
  • CzechGlobe - Global Change 研究 Institute CAS (捷克共和国)
  • Global Economic Dynamics and the Biosphere, Royal Academy of Science (Sweden)
  • 查尔默斯大学(瑞典)
  • 北欧可持续发展解决方案网络(SDSN)
  • Université布鲁塞尔自由广场(比利时)
  • 布卢明顿印第安纳大学(美国)

xpath的团队
Ana Paula Aguiar (Stockholm Resilience Centre and National Institute for Space 研究, 巴西)(首席研究员)

黛博拉Goffner (French National Centre for Scientific 研究 and Stockholm Resilience Centre)

Zuzana Harmackova (Stockholm Resilience Centre and CzechGlobe - Global Change 研究 Institute, 捷克共和国)

David Collste(斯德哥尔摩弹性中心)

安德里亚·唐宁(斯德哥尔摩恢复中心)

Amanda Jiménez-Aceitunoa(斯德哥尔摩弹性中心)

Hanna Sinare(斯德哥尔摩恢复中心)

Maria Mancilla García (Stockholm Resilience Centre and Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)

Ashley Perl(斯德哥尔摩弹性中心)

Martin Eriksson (Chalmers University, Sweden and Sustainable Development Solutions Network)

Steven Lade(斯德哥尔摩恢复中心)

Taís Sonetti González (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium and Indiana University Bloomington)

Helene Karlsson(斯德哥尔摩恢复中心)

发表: 2021-03-01

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