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Research news | 2017-05-28
Researchers call for a new ”embodied scientific realism” where connections between mind, body and nature are better accounted for
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Why future urban design must include cognitive and emotional experiences from inhabitants, not just focus on functionality
Research news | 2016-05-10
How history is present in the management of urban biodiversity and cultural landscapes
Research news | 2016-03-23
Study explores why ecosystem service information has yet to fundamentally change decision making
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How to go from reductionist thinking to action based complexity research