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Beyond Social-Ecological Traps: Fostering Transformations towards Sustainability
Research
The social structural foundations of adaptation and transformation in social–ecological systems
Michele L. Barnes, Örjan Bodin, Angela M Guerrero, Ryan R. J. McAllister, Steven M Alexander, and Garry Robins
Reimagining large-scale open-water fisheries governance through adaptive comanagement in hilsa shad sanctuaries
Martin L van Brakel, Md. Nahiduzzaman, A. B. M. Mahfuzul Haque, Md. Golam Mustafa, Md. Jalilur Rahman, and Md. Abdul Wahab
Governance and the making and breaking of social-ecological traps
Dana M. Baker, Grant Murray, and Andrew Kyei Agyare
Postharvest fish losses and unequal gender relations: drivers of the social-ecological trap in the Barotse Floodplain fishery, Zambia
Steven M. Cole, Cynthia McDougall, Alexander M. Kaminski, Alexander S. Kefi, Alex Chilala, and Gethings Chisule
Building blocks for social-ecological transformations: identifying and building on governance successes for small-scale fisheries
Mark Andrachuk, Derek Armitage, Ha Dung Hoang, and Nam Van Le
Small-scale innovations in coastal communities: shell-handicraft as a way to empower women and decrease poverty
Sara Fröcklin, Narriman S. Jiddawi, and Maricela de la Torre-Castro
Implementing strategies to overcome social-ecological traps: the role of community brokers and institutional bricolage in a locally managed marine area
Dirk J. Steenbergen and Carol Warren
Can income diversification resolve social-ecological traps in small-scale fisheries and aquaculture in the global south? A case study of response diversity in the Tam Giang lagoon, central Vietnam
Tong Thi Hai Hanh and Wiebren J Boonstra
Community based aquaculture in the western Indian Ocean: challenges and opportunities for developing sustainable coastal livelihoods
Mebrahtu Ateweberhan, Joanna Hudson, Antoine Rougier, Narriman S. Jiddawi, Flower E. Msuya, Selina M. Stead, and Alasdair Harris
Synthesis
Escaping social-ecological traps through tribal stewardship on national forest lands in the Pacific Northwest, United States of America
Jonathan W Long and Frank K Lake
Insight
Linking marine conservation and Indigenous cultural revitalization: First Nations free themselves from externally imposed social-ecological traps
Lauren E. Eckert, Natalie C. Ban, Snxakila-Clyde Tallio, and Nancy Turner
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