The fourth triennial conference on resilience will take place in Stockholm 21-23 August 2017.
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.
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.
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.
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.
El Bizri and colleagues are the recipients of the E&S award for their paper on illegal sport hunting in Brazil.