Process Ontologies and Social-Ecological Systems (SES) Research

Process Ontologies and Social-Ecological Systems (SES) Research

We just published the third paper on our process-relational work entitled: “From nouns to verbs: How process ontologies enhance our understanding of social‐ecological systems understood…

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The Event: A Process Ontological Concept to understand Emergent Phenomena

The Event: A Process Ontological Concept to understand Emergent Phenomena

We have just published our second paper on our process/relational work entitled: “The Event: A process ontological concept to understand emergent phenomena”. Understanding processes of…

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Research visit: Agent based model of norm migration between groups.

Research visit: Agent based model of norm migration between groups.

Guest blog by Samaneh Heidari I travelled from Utrecht University, where I am currently doing my PhD in Computer Science, to the Stockholm Resilience Centre…

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Workshop on Ontologies and Epistemologies in SES Research

Workshop on Ontologies and Epistemologies in SES Research

Students of sustainability science are often faced with the need to consider a multitude of different knowledge types and forms. This can be quite challenging,…

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On the way to 'lagomness'

On the way to ‘lagomness’

This is to report back from a workshop in Kiel on theories and methods to assess sustainability in complex social-ecological systems. It was organized by…

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