Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences

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AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment


The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences was founded in 1739 and is an independent non-governmental organisation, whose overall objective is to promote the sciences and strengthen their influence in society. The Academy promotes science of the highest quality by fostering development and innovation in Swedish research. It enhances the status of science in society by drawing attention to key social issues, examining them in scientific terms and communicating the results, and joins in cooperation on global issues, with the aim of being an international scientific proponent of sustainable development.

A knowledge-based society that prioritises education, research and innovation has the best chance of success when encountering challenges.

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