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.
The paper "Ancient clam gardens, traditional management portfolios, and the resilience of coupled human-ocean systems" by Julia Jackley, Lindsay Gardner, Audrey Djunaedi and Anne Salomon has been awarded the Best Paper of 2016 in Ecology & Society.