Sara Borgström
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A quantitative review of urban ecosystem service assessments: concepts, models, and implementation
D Haase, N Larondelle, E Andersson, M Artmann, S Borgström, J Breuste, ...
Ambio 43 (4), 413-433, 2014
5562014
Reconnecting cities to the biosphere: stewardship of green infrastructure and urban ecosystem services
E Andersson, S Barthel, S Borgström, J Colding, T Elmqvist, C Folke, ...
Ambio 43 (4), 445-453, 2014
3902014
Scale-crossing brokers and network governance of urban ecosystem services: the case of Stockholm
H Ernstson, S Barthel, E Andersson, ST Borgström
Ecology and Society 15 (4), 2010
3702010
Scale mismatches in management of urban landscapes
ST Borgström, T Elmqvist, P Angelstam, C Alfsen-Norodom
Ecology and society 11 (2), 2006
2312006
The dynamics of Social‐Ecological systems in urban landscapes: Stockholm and the national urban park, sweden
T Elmqvist, J Colding, S Barthel, S Borgström, A Duit, J Lundberg, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1023 (1), 308-322, 2004
1112004
Anticipatory governance for social-ecological resilience
E Boyd, B Nykvist, S Borgström, IA Stacewicz
Ambio 44 (1), 149-161, 2015
1022015
Urban sustainability transitions in a context of multi-level governance: A comparison of four European states
F Ehnert, F Kern, S Borgström, L Gorissen, S Maschmeyer, M Egermann
Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 26, 101-116, 2018
542018
Challenging dichotomies–exploring resilience as an integrative and operative conceptual framework for large-scale urban green structures
H Erixon, S Borgström, E Andersson
Planning Theory & Practice 14 (3), 349-372, 2013
412013
Outside the boundary–Land use changes in the surroundings of urban nature reserves
S Borgström, SAO Cousins, R Lindborg
Applied Geography 32 (2), 350-359, 2012
392012
Nature-based solutions accelerating urban sustainability transitions in cities: lessons from Dresden, Genk and Stockholm cities
N Frantzeskaki, S Borgström, L Gorissen, M Egermann, F Ehnert
Nature-Based Solutions to Climate Change Adaptation in Urban Areas, 65-88, 2017
372017
Interacting effects of change in climate, human population, land use, and water use on biodiversity and ecosystem services
B Elmhagen, G Destouni, A Angerbjörn, S Borgström, E Boyd, ...
Ecology and Society 20 (1), 2015
372015
Funding ecological restoration policy in practice—patterns of short-termism and regional biases
S Borgström, A Zachrisson, K Eckerberg
Land use policy 52, 439-453, 2016
352016
Developing an analytical framework for assessing progress toward ecosystem-based management
S Borgström, Ö Bodin, A Sandström, B Crona
Ambio 44 (3), 357-369, 2015
342015
The acceleration of urban sustainability transitions: A comparison of Brighton, Budapest, Dresden, Genk, and Stockholm
F Ehnert, N Frantzeskaki, J Barnes, S Borgström, L Gorissen, F Kern, ...
Sustainability 10 (3), 612, 2018
332018
Flexible land-use and undefined governance: from threats to potentials in peri-urban landscape planning
S Hedblom, M., Andersson, E., Borgström
Land Use Policy 63, 523-527, 2017
302017
Nature conservation for what? Analyses of urban and rural nature reserves in southern Sweden 1909–2006
S Borgström, R Lindborg, T Elmqvist
Landscape and urban planning 117, 66-80, 2013
292013
From resilience thinking to Resilience Planning: Lessons from practice
MM Sellberg, P Ryan, ST Borgström, AV Norström, GD Peterson
Journal of environmental management 217, 906-918, 2018
262018
Patterns and challenges of urban nature conservation—A study of southern Sweden
ST Borgström
Environment and Planning A 41 (11), 2671-2685, 2009
252009
The Stockholm Urban Assessment (SUA-Sweden)
J Colding, T Elmqvist, J Lundberg, K Ahrné, E Andersson, S Barthel, ...
Millennium Ecosystem Assessment Sub-Global Summary Report, Stockholm, 2003
232003
Using behavioural insights to promote food waste recycling in urban households—Evidence from a longitudinal field experiment
N Linder, T Lindahl, S Borgström
Frontiers in psychology 9, 352, 2018
222018
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