• Using the Planet


    Even before the advent of agriculture, Homo sapiens kicked off an entirely new process of planetary change. Earth would never be the same. Instead of mere centuries, Erle C Ellis advances a broader view of the Anthropocene, over many millennia, and what that means for land stewardship.
  • Lessons from a simulated civilisation


    The rise and fall of the ancient Maya has
    intrigued historians and archaeologists for decades. Now, Earth-system scientists are taking a keen interest. Scott Heckbert asks: what role might environmental conditions and trade play in the growth and eventual collapse of a civilisation?

photo: Lars Falck

Contact

The IGBP Secretariat is based in Stockholm, Sweden.


It is hosted at the

Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.

For general enquires: admin@igbp.kva.se

Charlotte Wilson-Boss
Office Manager
Phone: (46-8) 673 9593
Email: charlottew@igbp.kva.se

Owen Gaffney
Director of Communications
Phone: (46-8) 673 9556
Email: owen.gaffney@igbp.kva.se

Postal address:
IGBP Secretariat
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
Box 50005
SE-104 05 Stockholm
Sweden

Visitors address:
IGBP Secretariat
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
Lilla Frescativägen 4A
SE-114 18 Stockholm
Sweden

Map

Getting here:

By Stockholm public transportation

Subway (Tunnelbana):
Red line towards Mörby Centrum, get off at station Universitetet.

Bus 40:
From Fridhemsplan or Odenplan to station Universitetet norra

By car

From central Stockholm:
Drive to Roslagstull and north on Roslagsvägen. Turn off at Stockholm University and follow signs saying Vetenskapsakademien.

From the north, and Arlanda airport:
Go south on the E4 and turn off towards Bergshamra on the E18, then follow signs towards Stockholm. On Roslagsvägen, turn off at sign saying Vetenskapsakademien.

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