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Tag Archives: twitter
The Resilience Science weblog is on twitter, and has been for a little while. @resilienceSci contains tweets by me plus links to resilience science posts by all contributors. If you are on twitter you can follow to get links to … Continue reading
A number of people are providing their brief reflections on twitter about what is going on at Resilience 2011. My colleagues from the Stockholm Resilience Centre are represented by Albert Norström and Victor Galaz. David Ing, people from the Transition … Continue reading
twitter.com/vgalaz Google and renewable energy? Hackers, deforestation and carbon emission rights? This might sound like an odd mix of events, but something is definitely in pipeline. Global environmental change and rapid information technological change have for a long time been … Continue reading