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Tag Archives: resilience assessment
Stockholm Resilience Centre is looking for a researcher in Resilience in Arctic Social-Ecological Systems. Applications are due Jan 23. The job ad states: In a joint venture with the Stockholm Environmental Institute, Stockholm Resilience Centre seeks a researcher to be … Continue reading
On the final afternoon of the Resilience 2011 conference last month in Tempe, Arizona, a panel session on resilience assessment packed out the room.This wasn’t surprising given that a recurring theme throughout the conference and in my own discussions with … Continue reading
Earlier this month Christo Fabricius and I were in Tajikistan to conduct participatory workshops with Mountain Societies Development Support Program (MSDSP) staff and community members from two rural villages in the District of Roghun as part of a resilience assessment … Continue reading