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Community-Driven Research in the Anthropocene

The Anthropocene is defined by the unprecedented global impact human society has made, and will continue to make, on the Earth system. In the Anthropocene, the gulf between scientific¬† understanding and civic decision-making simultaneously increases the likelihood of disaster, our … Continue reading

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Resilience: Understanding Adaptation and Transformation through Indigenous Practice

Resilience is emerging as a promising vehicle for improving management of social-ecological systems that can potentially lead to more sustainable arrangements between environmental and social spheres. Central to an understanding of how to support resilience is the need to understand … Continue reading

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