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Environmental Governance and Resilience

The 2012 Lecture series from Linacre college. Looking at answers to how do socio-ecological systems work and how are they best governed?

# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Creative Commons Environmental Governance and Resilience: Resilience and social-ecological systems Professor Carl Folke Director, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University, gives the final talk in the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Carl Folke 17 Apr 2012
2 Creative Commons Environmental Governance and Resilience: Solutions for a Sustainable and Desirable Future Professor Robert Costanza, Director, Institute for Sustainable Solutions, Portland State University, gives a talk for the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Robert Costanza 17 Apr 2012
3 Creative Commons Environmental Governance and Resilience: Governance, genomes, Gaia Professor Gísli Pálsson, Dept of Anthropology, University of Iceland, gives a talk for the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Gísli Pálsson 17 Apr 2012
4 Creative Commons Environmental Governance and Resilience: Enframing and poiesis in environmental management Professor Andy Pickering, University of Exeter, gives a talk for the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Andy Pickering 17 Apr 2012
5 Creative Commons Environmental Governance and Resilience: Planning for ecological resilience on landscapes: the importance of the past to plan for the future Professor Kathy Willis, Director, Biodiversity Institute gives a talk for the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Kathy Willis 17 Apr 2012
6 Environmental Governance and Resilience: Social-ecological resilience: A framework for stewardship in an uncertain and rapidly changing world Professor Stuart Chapin Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks gives the first lecture in the Environmental Governance and Resilience series. Stuart Chapin 17 Apr 2012