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|Short course on research methods for resilience and sustainability science
Feb 02, 2024
|Join us in Montreal for a 5-day immersive course on research methods this August 5-9. Apply online before February 29, 2024.
UPDATE: Please note that applications are being reviewed as they are received and successful applicants will be notified by March 7 at the latest.
|Pathways to Sustainability: Social-ecological resilience and transformation across multiple scales
Oct 18, 2023
|The Resilience Alliance is thrilled to be co-hosting the next PECS-3 conference in Montreal, Canada. Visit the conference website for more information.
|Resilience Alliance Annual Science Meeting
Jun 06, 2023
|The RA research network held a 4-day science meeting in Oracle, Arizona last month to advance projects on the theme of resilience assessment.
|Applied Panarchy: Applications and Diffusion across Disciplines
Apr 19, 2022
|Edited by: Gunderson, L., C.R. Allen and A.S. Garmestani
|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.
|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
May 26, 2020
|McGill University researcher Dalal Hanna, along with her co-authors, present a case study from the Outaouais region of Québec, Canada.
|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.
|Scenarios of Good Athropocenes in southern Africa
Mar 27, 2020
|Researchers from South Africa including RA member Oonsie Biggs, collaborated with others to develop a set of positive visions for the future of southern Africa based on existing initiatives called "seeds".
|Exploring non-linear transition pathways in social-ecological systems
Mar 20, 2020
|RA Members Jennifer Hodbod and Michael Schoon are co-authors on a new study that explores tipping point dynamics.
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