This theme studies the interactions between human activities and Earth's environment, where local and regional drivers can generate global-scale challenges.
This theme looks at freshwater, food and ecosystem services in dynamic social-ecological landscapes.
This theme aims to provide a broader and deeper understanding of the resilience and dynamics of marine social-ecological systems.
This theme focuses on operationalizing the regime shifts theory to inform governance and management of important mechanisms in social-ecological systems.
This theme analyses the social, institutional, economic and ecological foundations of multilevel governance that are successful in building social-ecological resilience.