Local people's perceptions of climate change from around the world
Community-based climate change observations
Photo credit: Valentina Savo
Friendly rivalry
MPA's boost competition & collaboration
Photo credit: Xavier Basurto
2016 SPES Award
A stewardship network for the Great Lakes region
Launch of the Resilience Connections Network
A new online platform for collaboration
Photo credit: Allyson Quinlan
Quantifying Resilience
Special feature article focus on recent advances in measuring resilience
Photo credit: Glenn Edney
Arctic Stewardship
A stewardship framework for a resilient Arctic
Photo credit: Peter Prokosch

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Resilience 2017

Resilience 2017

May 27, 2016

The fourth triennial conference on resilience will take place in Stockholm 21-23 August 2017.

Adaptive Governance through the lens of Panarchy

Adaptive Governance through the lens of Panarchy

May 19, 2016

In the Journal of Environmental Management, Brian Chaffin & Lance Gunderson extend the theoretical foundation of adaptive governance with nested adaptive cycles and a focus on cross-scale interactions.

SES meta-analysis database SESMAD project

SES meta-analysis database SESMAD project

May 13, 2016

The seeds of SESMAD were sown at a meeting of RAYS (Resilience Alliance Young Scholars) several years ago and have developed into a web-based database of SES theories & now a paper in Global Environmental Change.

Applying Resilience Webinar

Applying Resilience Webinar

May 02, 2016

An archived webinar presented by RAYS alumni (Schoon, Hodbod, Baggio) and hosted by Arizona State University describes the development of resilience thinking in social-ecological systems.

Local people's perceptions of climate change from around the world

Local people's perceptions of climate change from around the world

Apr 29, 2016

A review paper in Nature Climate Change by RA members Valentina Savo, Ken Lertzman & colleagues spans 137 countries and +10,000 observations of how climate change is experienced by local communities.

The Ecology & Society best paper uses novel data collection on YouTubeTM

The Ecology & Society best paper uses novel data collection on YouTubeTM

Apr 12, 2016

El Bizri and colleagues are the recipients of the E&S award for their paper on illegal sport hunting in Brazil.

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