SES-LINK @ Resilience2017

SES-LINK @ Resilience2017

It’s almost time for Resilience Conference 2017! This will be a busy time for SES-LINK group members, with plenty of presentations and organized sessions. If you are in Stockholm for the Conference and would like to visit some of our sessions/presentations, here is a short summary (with times and locations) of what the SES-LINK group is going to be doing:

Monday (21.08)

Room 27 (60) – 11:30 – 13:00
Session: Bringing human adaptive behavior into SES analysis from local to global scales (chaired by Maja Schlüter, Nanda Wijermans, Birgit Müller)

Room 23 (30)  11:30 – 13:00

Presentation: Stewardship of gastronomic landscapes – exploring the future of food (by Jamila Haider), in session Multi-level governance and biosphere stewardship

C1/C2 (250) – 14:00 – 15:30

Presentation: The role of academic actors along transformations of small scale fisheries. An agency-culture-structure approach (by Rodrigo Martinez-Peña), in session: Transformative agency, Part I

35/36 (72) – 14:50 – 15:30

Presentation: Resilience offers escape from trapped thinking on poverty alleviation (by Steve Lade + Jamila Haider, Maja Schlüter), in session: Traps and Regime shifts

C3 (180) 16:50 – 17:30

Presentation: Venice Ventures: modeling social-ecological co-evolution for resilience (by Laura Elsler), in session: Multiple and mixed method approaches

Room 23 (30) 16:50 – 17:30

Presentation: Actors’ strategies in an ecology of games: the case of water management in Brazil (by Maria Mancilla Garcia), in session: Governance, Law and Resilience


Tuesday (22.08)

Poster area 11:50 – 12:30

Poster presentation: Representing human behavior in social-ecological system models with general applicable behavioral algorithms (Emilie Lindkvist), in poster tour:  Modeling and Theory

Room 31 (26) 13:30 – 15:00

Session: Untangling social-ecological interdependencies: Theoretical and Methodological Insights from Studies of Small-Scale Fisheries (chaired by Emilie Lindkvist & Steven Alexander)
Presentations: Understanding the role of development interventions in small-scale fisheries using agent-based modelling (by Nanda Wijermans), Exploring social-ecological interactions and dynamics: An agent-based modeling approach of small-scale fisheries in Northwest Mexico (by Emilie Lindkvist),

C1/C2 (250) 13:30 – 15:00

Session: Approaches and methods for understanding social-ecological system dynamics (in panel: Maja Schlüter, Jamila Haider)


Wednesday (23.08)

Room 23 (30) 09:50 – 10:30

Session: Inequality and the Biosphere: Exploring the Interactions between the Biosphere and Human Well-Being through the Lens of Inequality (chaired by Emilie Lindkvist, Caroline Schill, Juan Rocha, Maike Hamann, Patrik Henriksson)

Room 27 (60) 11:00 – 12:30

Session: Towards a mechanism-based understanding of the dynamics of SES (chaired by Emilie Lindkvist, Kirill Orach, Maja Schlüter)
Presentations: Ritual and practice in co-evolution: Everyday forms of resilience for development (by Jamila Haider), Applying mechanism-based approach to study emergence of co-evolution between policy process and social-ecological change (by Kirill Orach)

C1/C2 (250) 13:30 – 14:15

Plenary: Approaches theme plenary III: Inter- and transdisciplinarity in Social-ecological systems research
Speakers: Jamila Haider +
Discussants: Maria Mancilla Garcia and Tilman Hertz