Traps! An introduction to expanding thinking on persistent maladaptive states in pursuit of resilience

Author(s): Tidball, K., N. Frantzeskaki, T. Elmqvist
In: Sustainability Science 11: 861 – 866
Year: 2016
Type: Journal / article
Theme affiliation: Stewardship, Urban
Link to centre authors: Elmqvist, Thomas
Full reference: Tidball, K., N. Frantzeskaki, T. Elmqvist. 2016. Traps! An introduction to expanding thinking on persistent maladaptive states in pursuit of resilience. Sustainability Science 11: 861 – 866

Summary

This special feature is the result of a long collaboration between Stockholm University and the Stockholm Resilience Center (SRC) and Cornell University’s Department of Natural Resources, focused upon resilience as a key lens for biosphere-based sustainability science. Over the course of this collaboration, many other partners have been invited and have participated in the collaborations, mostly focused on the social questions within social–ecological systems’ thinking and sustainability, especially (but not exclusively) the most social places of all, cities.

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