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  1. Resilience is an ecological term that has proven to be exceedingly malleable as it has grown in usage across a range of scholarly and policy communities. Despite its malleability, resilience does introduce particular ideas of society-nature…
  2. We explore opportunities for an integrated approach in community resilience to inform new research directions and practice, using the productive common ground between two strands of literature on community resilience, one from social?ecological…
  3. We explore opportunities for an integrated approach in community resilience to inform new research directions and practice, using the productive common ground between two strands of literature on community resilience, one from social–ecological…
  4. This study investigates the political aspects of resilience in social-ecological systems. Based on long-term anthropological fieldwork in the Calamianes Islands, Philippines, the study focuses on the diverse and contested human interests that make…
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  6. v\tCritique of simple adaptation notion (Human adaptation to the environment, as Moran et al does)\nv\tIndividual interpretation of constraints and opportunities (vs group)\nv\tChanges over time relate more to changing economic/political/social…
  7. Economic crises, natural disasters and political instability constantly test the adaptability and resilience of communities all over the world. This book highlights the possibility to enhance social-ecological resilience by means of homegardening.…
  8. Biological diversity of agriculture consists of several analytic levels and spatial management scales that are subject to complex interactions with global change. The complexity of interactions is related to the bidirectional impacts and influences…
  9. In the Canada-United States transboundary region, ecological ideas and the concept of 'ecosystem management' are being increas- ingly used in discussions of Great Lakes issues, and to a degree, they are incorporated into programs of binational…