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

The Resiliance Alliance... a basis for sustainability

Research News

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.

Real-time tweeting of Great Barrier Reef coral bleaching crisis

Real-time tweeting of Great Barrier Reef coral bleaching crisis

Apr 07, 2016

@ProfTerryHughes has been providing a first-hand account during an aerial survey of the massive coral bleaching event as it unfolds.

Friendly rivalry

Friendly rivalry

Mar 16, 2016

New research by Xavier Basurto & colleagues this month in Science Advances suggests that Marine Protected Areas intensify competition & cooperation in local fishing communities with implications for resource governance & theories of collective action.

The Promise of Climate Fiction

The Promise of Climate Fiction

Mar 09, 2016

"Reimagining Climate Change", edited by Wapner & Elver includes a chapter by Manjana Milkoreit in which she asserts that our failure to effectively address climate change is in large part a failure of our imagination.

A framework for the co-production of ecosystem services

A framework for the co-production of ecosystem services

Feb 10, 2016

How natural capital along with other forms of capital in social-ecological systems co-produce ecosystem services and the implications for management & policy.

Persistent mixed economies in Arctic Alaska

Persistent mixed economies in Arctic Alaska

Jan 26, 2016

Using social network analysis, the authors show how mixed economies in two Arctic communities represent a persistent domain as opposed to representing a transitional state toward a market-based economy.

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