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2016-04-06
A synthesis for everyone: 5 years of work in Romania
After five years of work in Southern Transylvania, the Sustainable Landscapes in Romania project has now officially finished.
2016-03-21
Getting at resilience from a network governance perspective
Can the resilience of place-based social-ecological systems (SES) in isolated geographies be measured, and at what governance scale should communities and regions be governed for high resilience?
2016-03-18
New members of the PECS Scientific Committee
We welcome three new members of the PECS Scientific Committee.
2016-02-02
Reflections from the PECS 2015 conference
This blog post was orginally posted on the Future Earth website, here.
2016-02-02
Seeds of Good Anthropocenes - update
This is a short summary of longer post that was originally published at www.goodanthropocenes.net
2015-11-27
PECS2015 conference keynote speaker videos
Here are videos of the keynote speakers, from the PECS2015 conference. Unfortunately the presentation by Steve Carpenter is not available due to a corrupt file.
2015-11-24
PECS 2015 conference a resounding success
PECS 2015 gathered 230 people from 23 countries, from within and beyond the PECS network, who shared cutting-edge research insights on social-ecological dynamics in the Anthropocene.
2015-09-15
2015 PECS conference - Social-ecological dynamics in the Anthropocene
The conference starts tomorrow. The Full Programme is available here
2015-09-15
Gathering visions of “Good Anthropocenes”
We are currently building a database of diverse visions of alternate, positive futures - that we call "seeds". We want to gather seeds from a large diversity of people, disciplines and regions, and we hope you will help us!
2015-09-14
Drivers of Disease leads high-level One Health symposium
A high-level symposium, ‘One Health in the Real Word: zoonoses, ecosystems and wellbeing’, is being co-organised by the ESPA -funded Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium .

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PECS - Programme on Ecosystem Change and Society

Stockholm Resilience Centre

Stockholm University
SE-106 91 Stockholm, Sweden
Visiting address: Kräftriket 2

+46 734 60 70 68 albert.norstrom@su.se

WHAT IS PECS

The Programme on Ecosystem Change and Society (PECS), is a core project of Future Earth. It aims to integrate research on the stewardship of social–ecological system and the relationships among natural capital, human wellbeing, livelihoods, inequality and poverty.