Kit Hill a Masters student at the Stockholm Resilience Centre made the three short videos below to introduce the concept of resilience and the idea of a regime shift.
Resilience from Kit Hill on Vimeo.
Beating Down Resilience from Kit Hill on Vimeo.
Regime Shift from Kit Hill on Vimeo.
This video was made in order to help people understand the concept of a Social Ecological Regime Shift.
Kit’s efforts are part of a larger project to create a set of communication and teaching resources that can be used to communicate different aspects of resilience thinking.
For more information on resilience see:
the resilience alliance,
Stockholm Resilience Centre, Brian Walker and David Salt’s book Resilience Thinking, or collection of resilience papers on Mendeley.
The research program “Governance of the Baltic Sea – a response to ecological regime shifts” at the Baltic Nest Institute and Stockholm Resilience Center is looking for a Political Science PhD student.
The project runs from 2009-2012, andaims to develop guidelines for adaptive management of both coastal and marine environments (with special focus on the Baltic Sea). The application deadline is very soon – Feb 14th, 2009.
The project is run by associate Professor Christoph Humborg and Professor Carl Folke. For more information about the research project and information on the position contact
Associate Professor Christoph Humborg (christoph.humborg @ itm.su.se).
More information on training at postgraduate level in science and application procedure are available on
The project is described below: