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 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.
Guest editors Chaffin, Gunderson, and Cosens introduce a new special feature that assesses legal and governance aspects of U.S. river systems experiencing climate change.
An article on the role of culture in conservation highlights E&S paper by Alaka Wali and colleagues "A new approach to conservation: using community empowerment for sustainable well-being".
Manjana Milkoreit's book Mindmade Politics: The Cognitive Roots of International Climate Governance, brings together cognitive theories and international relations scholarship to yield new insights for global climate politics.
In a novel study comparing two different approaches to applying resilience thinking, My Sellberg and her co-authors highlight areas for improving resilience assessment.