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Measuring resilience in a Pacific herring social-ecological system
Sep 26, 2019
New: VIDEO ABSTRACT describes a paper from Anne Salomon and colleagues that advances a method to quantify resilience based on theoretical principles.
The Passing of a Polymath; in memory of Buzz Holling
Aug 23, 2019
C.S. 'Buzz' Holling passed away on August 16 2019. He lived a remarkable life of creativity, discovery, scholarship and service to humanity.
McGill University Ph.D. student Marianne Falardeau's short film documents future scenarios in the Arctic
Apr 25, 2019
Filmed in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, "Hivunikhavut - Our Future" shows how participatory scenarios developed with local residents can be used to explore future change.
Social-ecological change in the Omo-Turkana basin: A synthesis of current developments
Apr 24, 2019
Jennifer Hodbod and Edward G.J. Stevenson along with co-authors synthesize impacts of the Gibe III dam and large-scale commercial farming in Ethiopia using a social-ecological systems and political ecology framework.
Social-Ecological Systems Research can inform Monitoring of SDGs
Apr 02, 2019
Monitoring the SDGs is necessary to track progress towards achieving sustainable outcomes. A recent paper by Selomane, Reyers, Biggs, and Hamann suggests ways that SDG monitoring can better take into account systems dynamics and complexity by drawing on insights from SES research.
A resilience framework for the Great Green Wall Initiative
Mar 15, 2019
Deborah Goffner, Hanna Sinare and Line Gordon present a resilience-focused, transdisciplinary framework for the Great Green Wall in the Sahel.
Literature on the resilience of complex systems is complex
Mar 13, 2019
Steven Lade and Garry Peterson comment on a recent literature review that found the literature on resilience of complex systems to be highly compartmentalized.
Wayfinder is a new generation of resilience assessment and planning for development practitioners
Sep 11, 2018
Wayfinder - A resilience guide for navigating toward sustainable futures will have an official launch on September 12, 2018 at 11:00 Stockholm (CET). livestream: https://buff.ly/2MieGqB
New Book! Practical Panarchy for Adaptive Water Governance
Jun 11, 2018
Editors Barbara Cosens and Lance Gunderson bring together the latest thinking on the links between law and social-ecological resilience. Published by Springer, the book presents results and insights from an interdisciplinary project exploring law, policy, and ecological dimensions of governance in American and Australian regional water systems.
Navigating the New Arctic
Mar 20, 2018
Navigating the new Arctic is a series of NSF funded workshops led by Craig Allen, Hannah Birge and Martha Shulski. The first meeting was held March 13-15, 2018 in Fairbanks Alaska.
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