In memory of Buzz Holling, the Resilience Alliance has established a fund to support the participation of Resilience Alliance Young Scholars (RAYS) in research network activities.
A recently published review by De Vos, Biggs & Preiser identifies 311 methods grouped into 27 categories that are commonly used in SES research.
New: VIDEO ABSTRACT describes a paper from Anne Salomon and colleagues that advances a method to quantify resilience based on theoretical principles.
C.S. 'Buzz' Holling passed away on August 16 2019. He lived a remarkable life of creativity, discovery, scholarship and service to humanity.
Filmed in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, "Hivunikhavut - Our Future" shows how participatory scenarios developed with local residents can be used to explore future change.
Jennifer Hodbod and Edward G.J. Stevenson along with co-authors synthesize impacts of the Gibe III dam and large-scale commercial farming in Ethiopia using a social-ecological systems and political ecology framework.