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The Stockholm Resilience Centre has an online picture gallery from Resilience 2008. Buzz Holling, considered the father of resilience thinking, took the audience on a journey through his 50 year long environmental research. Photo: J. Lokrantz/Azote.
Buzz Holling, recently gave a talk at the Stockholm Resilience Centre where he reflected on his career and how he has developing ideas in science and policy. He discussed his early work on predation, his original 1973 resilience paper, adaptive … Continue reading