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Welcome to the resource library. Here you'll find a collection of some of the most useful resources on various aspects of resilience. The reports can be read on-screen by clicking 'Expand' in the viewer windows. If you would like to download a resource then click the 'Expand' button on the viewer and then right-click on the document and click 'Read on Issuu'. Alternatively, all documents can be downloaded from our Issuu library by clicking here.

Resource: 11 Stockholm Resilience Centre Insight Note 4: Socio-ecological Innovations
by The Stockholm Resilience Centre

The fourth in the series of six Stockholm Resilience Centre insight notes that address various aspects of resilience.

This paper investigates how technological and social innovations must become more sensitive to ecosystem dynamics and respect interacting planetary boundaries

Resource: 12 Stockholm Resilience Centre Insight Note 5: Social-ecological Traps
by The Stockholm Resilience Centre

The fifth in the series of six Stockholm Resilience Centre insight notes that address various aspects of resilience.

This paper investigates how the interaction between social and ecological feedbacks can lock systems into unsustainable pathways, creating social-ecological traps.

Resource: 13 Stockholm Resilience Centre Insight Note 6: Kowledge Systems and Learning
by The Stockholm Resilience Centre

The last in the series of six Stockholm Resilience Centre insight notes that address various aspects of resilience.

This paper investigates how Combining knowledge systems and promoting learning about social-ecological dynamics enhance the fit between ecosystems and institutions.

Resource: 14 Resilience and Transformations: A Regional Approach
by Ecotrust

In this publication Ecotrust explore a culture of resililience, examine current vulnerabilities along the west coast of North America and present stories of how individuals and organisations are changing the nature of social, political and economic interactions.

The report presents regional bio-mapping that reflects that humans are dependent on natural resources and services for food, water, energy, and other basic needs. In the language of resilience, we exist within linked social-ecological systems - and these relationships matter.

Resource: 15 The Post Carbon Reader Series: Foundation Concepts: 'Thinking Resilience'
by William E Rees, FRSC

Part of the Post Carbon Institute's Post Carbon Reader Series, William E Rees lays out some of the most important foundation concepts of resilience thinking.

This paper is an extract from The Post Carbon Reader: Managing the 21st Century's Sustainability Crises, Richard Heinberg and Daniel Lerch Eds. Availiable for purchase at www.postcarbonreader.com.

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