Table of Contents: Volume 21, Issue 4
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Making sense of climate change: orientations to adaptation
Ecological restoration, ecosystem services, and land use: a European perspective
Toward more resilient flood risk governance
Dealing with flood damages: will prevention, mitigation, and ex post compensation provide for a resilient triangle?
Community perceptions of collaborative processes for managing freshwater resources
Strong connections, loose coupling: the influence of the Bering Sea ecosystem on commercial fisheries and subsistence harvests in Alaska
Innovating at the margins: the System of Rice Intensification in India and transformative social innovation
Resilience of small-scale societies’ livelihoods: a framework for studying the transition from food gathering to food production
Indigenous Māori values and perspectives to inform freshwater management in Aotearoa-New Zealand
Institutional entrepreneurship and techniques of inclusiveness in the creation of the Intergovernmental Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services
Avian Cholera emergence in Arctic-nesting northern Common Eiders: using community-based, participatory surveillance to delineate disease outbreak patterns and predict transmission risk
The economic crisis as a game changer? Exploring the role of social construction in sustainability transitions
Exploring social representations of adapting to climate change using topic modeling and Bayesian networks
Anticipating future risk in social-ecological systems using fuzzy cognitive mapping: the case of wildfire in the Chiquitania, Bolivia
Adapting the social-ecological system framework for urban stormwater management: the case of green infrastructure adoption
Ancient clam gardens, traditional management portfolios, and the resilience of coupled human-ocean systems
Catalyst: reimagining sustainability with and through fine art
Threatened common property resource system and factors for resilience: lessons drawn from serege-commons in Muhur, Ethiopia
Dealing with change and uncertainty within the regulatory frameworks for flood defense infrastructure in selected European countries
Multilevel governance in community-based environmental management: a case study comparison from Latin America
Stakeholder engagement and biodiversity conservation challenges in social-ecological systems: some insights from biosphere reserves in western Africa and France
Distributional effects of flood risk management—a cross-country comparison of preflood compensation
A framework for evaluating the effectiveness of flood emergency management systems in Europe
Resilient flood risk strategies: institutional preconditions for implementation
Negotiating credibility and legitimacy in the shadow of an authoritative data source
Volunteer stream monitoring: Do the data quality and monitoring experience support increased community involvement in freshwater decision making?
Tolerance for cougars diminished by high perception of risk
The codevelopment of coastal fisheries monitoring methods to support local management
Solidarity in water management
Flow and rent-based opportunity costs of water ecosystem service provision in a complex farming system
Is flood defense changing in nature? Shifts in the flood defense strategy in six European countries
A simplified approach to stakeholder engagement in natural resource management: the Five-Feature Framework
Changed knowledge requirements for spatial flood governance
Codesigning a resilient food system
Path-dependency and policy learning in the Dutch delta: toward more resilient flood risk management in the Netherlands?
Trade-offs between ecosystem services and alternative pathways toward sustainability in a tropical dry forest region
Mapping wetland loss and restoration potential in Flanders (Belgium): an ecosystem service perspective
Understanding the socio-institutional context to support adaptation for future water security in forest landscapes
Flood risk mitigation in Europe: how far away are we from the aspired forms of adaptive governance?
The European Union approach to flood risk management and improving societal resilience: lessons from the implementation of the Floods Directive in six European countries
Shock events and flood risk management: a media analysis of the institutional long-term effects of flood events in the Netherlands and Poland
Toward more flood resilience: Is a diversification of flood risk management strategies the way forward?
Incorporating resilience and cost in ecological restoration strategies at landscape scale
Multilevel processes and cultural adaptation: examples from past and present small-scale societies
Biodiversity offsetting and restoration under the European Union Habitats Directive: balancing between no net loss and deathbed conservation?
How game changers catalyzed, disrupted, and incentivized social innovation: three historical cases of nature conservation, assimilation, and women’s rights
Restoring ecosystem health to improve human health and well-being: physicians and restoration ecologists unite in a common cause
U.S. wildfire governance as social-ecological problem
Urban water sustainability: framework and application
Applying a synthetic approach to the resilience of Finnish reindeer herding as a changing livelihood
The challenges and opportunities of transboundary cooperation through the lens of the East Carpathians Biosphere Reserve
Bringing together social-ecological system and territoire concepts to explore nature-society dynamics
Response to Pauli, N., L. K. Abbott, S. Negrete-Yankelevich, and P. Andrés. 2016. Farmers’ knowledge and use of soil fauna in agriculture: a worldwide review
A response to: Pauli et al. 2016. “Farmers’ knowledge and use of soil fauna in agriculture: a worldwide review”