CSD Uppsala

Uppsala Centre for Sustainable Development is an interdisciplinary centre established at Uppsala University. The Centre is based on a collaboration between Uppsala University (UU) and the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU). The Uppsala Centre for Sustainable Development aims to be a catalyst for research and education on sustainable development at Uppsala’s two universities, as well as a place for students and researchers.
CSD Uppsala include these programmes:

DevNet: The Development Research Network on Nature, Poverty and Power

DevNet is a Swedish research network on sustainable development, based at Uppsala Centre for Sustainable Development. DevNet was established on January 1, 2008, and received network grants from Sida/Sarec for the period 2008-2012. Highlighting the interrelation between nature, poverty and power, DevNet aims to bring an understanding of political and social dynamics and conflicts in natural resource use into Swedish analysis of sustainable development. The network promotes independent and critical research and constructive exchange with policy.
Find below reports – possible to download as pdf’s – and video links for several of our major events. Find a list of all past events in the column to the left.
Download here the report of DevNet 2008-2012.
Download separately Appendix 1, DevNet Events 2008-2012,
and Appendix 2, Recipients of DevNet Grants, 2009- 2011.