Resilience video school

See interviews with top researchers on issues of resilience and sustainable development.

Resilience thinking, science and policy
Ibrahim Thiaw: How can we promote management strategies sensitive to both ecological and social needs?

Stephen Carpenter: What is resilience?

Carl Folke: Whiteboard seminar: what is resilience?

Brian Walker: How can we understand resilience in humans and in ecosystems?

Allyson Quinlin: How is resilience put into practice?

Allyson Quinlin: What is a resilience assessment?

Christo Fabricius: Does resilience in practice differ between rich and poor countries?

Gathuru Mburu: What is community-based resilience?

Million Bellay: How can culture help strengthen resilience in local communities?

Ellen Hey: How can law enhance social-ecological resilience?

Johan Rockström: What are the planetary boundaries concept?

Susan Owens: What is the most important factor for knowledge transfer between science and policy?

Lance Gunderson: What are pathologies?

Lance Gunderson: What creates pathologies?

Frank Biermann: Why are we not succeeding in dealing with global environmental issues?

Neil Adger: How can we apply social sciences to the resilience concept?

Nancy Knowlton: What are shifting baselines?

Social-ecological systems
Tim Daw: What are the connections between ecosystem services and human well-being?

Brian Walker: How can we manage feedbacks in social-ecological systems?

Marianne Krasny: How can cities be arenas for learning about ecosystems?

Kate Raworth: What are the social aspects of the planetary boundaries concept?

Albert Norström: What is systems ecology?

Steve Lansing: What is a complex systems approach?

Gathuru Mburu:What is eco-mapping and eco-calendar?

Steve Lansing: What is ecological anthropology?

Barbara Cosens: How should law deal with the inherent uncertainties of social-ecological systems?

Charles Perrings: What are the pros and cons of economic evaluation of ecosystems? (economist perspective)

Garry Peterson: What are the pros and cons of economic evaluation of ecosystems? (ecologist perspective)

Biodiversity
Gretchen Daily: Why is biodiversity important?

Ann Kinzing: Is it fair for the rich world to demand conservation of biodiversity for a global safety net?

Million Bellay: What are some of the biggest challenges in protecting biodiversity and local livelihoods in Africa?

André Mader: How can cities contribute to biodiversity management?

André Mader: What is the importance of cities in biodiversity management?

Nancy Knowlton: How large is the biodiversity of coral reefs?

Gretchen Daily: What do we mean by natural capital?

Innovation, law and economics
Kate Raworth: How can we redefine economic growth?

Christine Loh: What role can NGOs and local communities play in promoting social innovation?

Derk Loorbach: In a governance context, what is the role of innovation?

Frank Biermann: Why are we not succeeding in dealing with global environmental issues?

Paul Ehrlich: What is the key limiting factor for human development?

Marco Janssen: How can we study rules?

Marco Janssen: How do rules evolve?

Karen O'Brien: What are social contracts?

Charles Perrings: Are economics and sustainable development compatible?

Ellen Hey: How can law enhance social-ecological resilience?

Bonnie McCay: In a social-ecological context, what is the best property rights regime?

Barbara Cosens: How can network theory be used in environmental law?

Richard Barnes: How can property rights protect public interests?

Richard Barnes: What is the role of property rights for individuals and society?

Gretchen Daily: What do we mean by natural capital?

Tariq Banuri: Can the Planetary Boundaries concept be implemented in an intergovernmental context?

Pavan Sukhdev: Why should we put a price on natural resources?

Pavan Sukhdev: How can the private marked help boosting the appreciation of natural resources?

Pavan Sukhdev: Are current financial systems sufficient for increased appreciation of natural resources?

Pavan Sukhdev: What are the biggest challenges with financial assessments of natural resources?

Resource management and scenario planning
Elinor Ostrom: How can we go beyond the "Tragedy of the commons"?

Claudia Pahl-Wostl: How should we manage resources differently?

Lisen Schultz: What are social-ecological inventories?

Elin Enfors: How can we unlock poverty traps among smallholder farmers?

Claudia Pahl-Wostl: What does complexity and uncertainty mean for resource management?

Patrick Keys: What is a precipitationshed?

Henrik Österblom: What are the dynamics behind marine social-ecological systems?

Derk Loorbach: Can transition management contribute in building social resilience?

Fikret Berkes: What is adaptive co-management?

Fikret Berkes: How does adaptive co-management contribute to the development of sustainable societies?

Thomas Elmqvist: What is an ecosystem management approach?

Keith Tidball: What is community-based natural resource management?

Keith Tidball: How can community-based natural resource management help build resilience to perturbed urban areas?

Million Bellay: How can culture help strengthen resilience in local communities?

Million Bellay: How can local communities maintain traditional ecological knowledge?

Jannie Lasimbang: How are indigenous people affected by modern land tenure systems?

Beatrice Crona: What is a social network analysis?

Garry Peterson: What is scenario planning?

Garry Peterson: How is scenario planning useful?

Governance and governing institutions
Karin Bäckstrand: Is there a conflict between democracy and global environmental governance?

Derk Loorbach: In a governance context, what is the role of innovation?

Karin Bäckstrand: What are the critical issues relating to governance and carbon capture and storage?

Arild Underdal: What are multilevel governance systems?

Arild Underdal: Why use multilevel governance systems?

Sulemana Abudulai: How can we build ecological governance capacity?

Susan Owens: Our knowledge of the global environment increases and governing institutions that works with the environment also changes, but do they match?

Ellen Hey: Do we need new institutions to build social-ecological resilience?

Cecilia Lundholm: What is the role of values when dealing with environmental degradation?

Paul Ehrlich: What is the key limiting factor for human development?

Bonnie McCay: What is the role of trust in governance?

Tariq Banuri: What realistic expectations can we have for the upcoming RIO +20 conference?

Urban ecology and city planning
Marianne Krasny: How can cities be arenas for learning about ecosystems?

Timon McPhearson: Why do we need an ecosystem approach to urban sustainability?

Ann Kinzing: How should we think about the ecology of a city?

Ann Kinzing: What are some challenges and opportunities given by urban systems to the development of sustainable societies?

Ann Kinzing: What is urban ecology?

Ann Kinzing: Why is it important to think about complexity in ecosystems?

André Mader: How can cities contribute to biodiversity management?

André Mader: What is the importance of cities in biodiversity management?

Climate change and adaptation
Frank Biermann: What do we know about global adaptation?

Terry Chapin: How do we promote the adaptive capacity of resource users?

Terry Chapin: What are the consequences of climate change in the Arctic?

Karen O'Brien: How must we change our social contract to meet the global challenge of climate change?

Regime shifts
Oonsie Biggs: What is a regime shift?
Juan Carlos Rocha: What are the global drivers behind regime shifts?

Land use
Eric Lambin: What is land use degredation?

Eric Lambin: What has driven land use change in the past?

Eric Lambin: What land use change can we expect for the future?

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