Transforming charcoal sectors for sustainable energy futures: A synthesis of concepts, visions and perspectives from the Global South In many parts of the Global South, [...]
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Collective and care-full transformations for sustainability science As transdisciplinary science progresses on the question of how to develop more sustainable, equitable and just social-ecological systems, [...]
Incorporating institutional dynamics in social-ecological systems research Governance and institutions are critical for understanding and modelling anthropogenic impacts on biodiversity, and nature’s contributions to people, [...]
Nature-based transformations: Evolving human-nature interactions under changing climate The potential for nature-based transformation is now acknowledged as essential for transformation to sustainable futures (Díaz et [...]
Transdisciplinarity for Transformation (T4T) We are a community of practice that exchanges experiences about how to do caring and meaningful sustainability research together with societal [...]
Future governance for just sustainability transitions The development of positive visions has proliferated as an approach to imagine, analyze, and navigate transformations toward resilient, equitable, [...]
Navigating trade-offs and synergies between biodiversity and society in protected multifunctional landscapes Trade-offs and synergies in multifunctional landscapes This PECS working group will study how [...]
Decolonizing Conservation Decolonizing practices and knowledges around conservation policies and projects towards a more just world to both people and nature Current conservation research and [...]
Ocean equity for sustainable futures Overwhelming evidence shows that current access to ocean resources and associated benefits and harms are distributed inequitably. Recent global policy [...]
WEBINAR: Is forest regeneration good for biodiversity ? Discourse analysis and role-playing games to explore the social dimensions of an apparently ecological debate On Monday, the 23th of May [...]