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NEW - The Routledge Handbook for Research Methods of Social-Ecological Systems

NEW - The Routledge Handbook for Research Methods of Social-Ecological Systems

Aug 18, 2021

Open-access book targets students and researchers of social-ecological systems, offering the first comprehensive guide to SES research methods.

Short course launching this spring: Resilience foundations from theory to practice

Short course launching this spring: Resilience foundations from theory to practice

Jan 26, 2021

A collaboration of the Resilience Alliance and ResNet, the first short course will focus on resilience foundations from theory to practice. Application deadline February 19, 2021.

Resilience as pathway diversity: linking systems, individual, and temporal perspectives on resilience

Resilience as pathway diversity: linking systems, individual, and temporal perspectives on resilience

Nov 19, 2020

RA members Steven Lade, Brian Walker & Jamila Haider propose a new approach to assessing resilience using the concept of pathway diversity.

Identifying pathways to reduce discrepancies between desired and provided ecosystem services

Identifying pathways to reduce discrepancies between desired and provided ecosystem services

May 26, 2020

McGill University researcher Dalal Hanna, along with her co-authors, present a case study from the Outaouais region of Qu├ębec, Canada.

Don't Waste the Covid-19 Crisis: Reflections on Resilience & the Commons Revealed by Covid-19

Don't Waste the Covid-19 Crisis: Reflections on Resilience & the Commons Revealed by Covid-19

Apr 15, 2020

A continuing webinar series organized by Marco Janssen, Marty Anderies, and Mike Schoon launches Monday April 20.

Coerced regimes: management challenges in the Anthropocene

Coerced regimes: management challenges in the Anthropocene

Apr 03, 2020

In the latest issue of Ecology & Society David Angeler and colleagues introduce the term 'coerced regimes' to describe systems propped up by management inputs.

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