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Reconciling Art and Science for Sustainability
Dual thinking for scientists
Marten Scheffer, Jordi Bascompte, Tone K. Bjordam, Stephen R. Carpenter, Laurie B. Clarke, Carl Folke, Pablo Marquet, Nestor Mazzeo, Mariana Meerhoff, Osvaldo Sala, and Frances R. Westley
Seeing is questioning: prompting sustainability discourses through an evocative visual agenda
Dana C Thomsen
A message from magic to science: seeing how the brain can be tricked may strengthen our thinking
Henrik Österblom, Marten Scheffer, Frances R Westley, Miguel L. van Esso, John Miller, and Jordi Bascompte
Capturing change: the duality of time-lapse imagery to acquire data and depict ecological dynamics
Emma M. Brinley Buckley, Craig R. Allen, Michael Forsberg, Michael Farrell, and Andrew J. Caven
Sustainability science as if the world mattered: sketching an art contribution by comparison
Michael H Pröpper
Sonifying social-ecological change: A wetland laments agricultural transformation
David G Angeler, Miguel Alvarez-Cobelas, and Salvador Sánchez-Carrillo
Food as a daily art: ideas for its use as a method in development practice
L. Jamila Haider and Frederik J. W. van Oudenhoven
Iconic images, symbols, and archetypes: their function in art and science
Frances R Westley and Carl Folke
“A shepherd has to invent”: Poetic analysis of social-ecological change in the cultural landscape of the central Spanish Pyrenees
Maria E. Fernández-Giménez
Performing biospheric futures with younger generations: a case in the MAB Reserve of La Sepultura, Mexico
Maria Heras, J. David Tabara, and Amayrani Meza
Art and artistic processes bridge knowledge systems about social-ecological change: An empirical examination with Inuit artists from Nunavut, Canada
Kaitlyn J Rathwell and Derek Armitage
Using crowdsourced imagery to detect cultural ecosystem services: a case study in South Wales, UK
Gianfranco Gliozzo, Nathalie Pettorelli, and Mordechai (Muki) Haklay
Integrated science and art education for creative climate change communication
Susan K. Jacobson, Jennifer R Seavey, and Robert C Mueller
Catalyst: reimagining sustainability with and through fine art
Angela Connelly, Simon C Guy, Dr. Edward Wainwright, Wolfgang Weileder, and Marianne Wilde
Local perceptions of land-use change: using participatory art to reveal direct and indirect socioenvironmental effects of land acquisitions in Kilombero Valley, Tanzania
Emma L Johansson and Ellinor Isgren
Creative convergence: exploring biocultural diversity through art
Jean L. Polfus, Deborah Simmons, Michael Neyelle, Walter Bayha, Frederick Andrew, Leon Andrew, Bethann G. Merkle, Keren Rice, and Micheline Manseau
The drama of resilience: learning, doing, and sharing for sustainability
Katrina Brown, Natalia Eernstman, Alexander R Huke, and Nick Reding
The imaginary worlds of sustainability: observations from an interactive art installation
Roy Bendor, David Maggs, Rachel Peake, John Robinson, and Steve Williams
Social-ecological memory in an autobiographical novel: ecoliteracy, place attachment, and identity related to the Korean traditional village landscape
GoWoon Kim, Rahul Teku Vaswani, and Dowon Lee
Reconnecting art and science for sustainability: learning from indigenous knowledge through participatory action-research in the Amazon
Simone Athayde, Jose Silva-Lugo, Marianne Schmink, Aturi Kaiabi, and Michael Heckenberger
Teaching originality? Common habits behind creative production in science and arts
Marten Scheffer, Matthijs Baas, and Tone K Bjordam
Ecology and Society. ISSN: 1708-3087