Interviews in social-ecological modelling

Interviews in social-ecological modelling

By Nicolas Côté Around mid-June, I stopped by the Stockholm Resilience Centre, sat with María Mancilla García and Tilman Hertz on one of the round…

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Baltic cod collapse study featured in video by SESYNC

Baltic cod collapse study featured in video by SESYNC

Our modeling study on the importance of social processes for the collapse of the cod in the Baltic (Lade et al. 2015, blog post) published…

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Resilience thinking agent-based modelers join forces with marine biologists

Resilience thinking agent-based modelers join forces with marine biologists

For a couple of days the agent-based specialists me (Emilie Lindkvist) and Maja Schlüter from Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC) reunited with Andrew Johnson, Octavio Aburto-Ortopeza…

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New publication: Emergent patterns of self-governance

New publication: Emergent patterns of self-governance

In the next decades, small-scale fisheries (SSFs) in developing countries are expected to play a significant role in poverty alleviation and enhancing food security. However,…

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Development pathways in a biocultural context

Development pathways in a biocultural context

Isolate, barren and inhospitable is one way to describe the Pamir Mountains (and indeed has been by British explorers Captain Francis Younghusband and St George…

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Culture is the key to Sustainability?

Culture is the key to Sustainability?

One of the big questions that we try to address in our research in the SES – LINK group is the role that culture plays…

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