The Reslience Alliance is a multidisciplinary research group that explores the dynamics
of complex adaptive systems,
research on reslience in socio-ecological systems – a basis for sustainability
(‘Socio-ecological’ is a term we’ve seen often in Sweden – for example at the core of The Natural Step‘s work – but rarely in the US.)
It’s a rich and sometimes astounding site (at least for eco-geeks — it hearkens me back to my systems ecology graduate work, and potential academic research paths left aside for the rough and tumble of applied ecology). I haven’t read deeply in it yet, but I plan to, and will have more to report as I do.
For now, just two of the maps on their associated blog, comparing population
A few things to think about, yes?