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"How much disturbance can a system withstand? With roots in ecology and complexity science, resilience theory can turn crises into catalysts for innovation."
Using analogies to art, the article provided an alternative explanation to what resilience is all about.
The article was originally published 13 December, 2010.
ABOUT CARL FOLKE
Professor Carl Folke is Science Director of the Stockholm Resilience Centre and the Director of the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, one of the collaborating partners of the Stockholm Resilience Centre.
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