Warm up scientific events

In preparation for the international conference in 2014, we invite you to organize scientific activities and events to promote a collective expertise on the resilience of social and ecological systems.

This section of the website is dedicated to advertise such activities, so feel free to email the conference contact if you want to add new events (web page can be added).

6 workshops have been already planned (see below) and new proposals are welcome. Each workshop is organized independently although it is addressing the general theme of the conference “adaptation, transformation and development”. Its organizers define the specific theme and the setting (e.g. target participants, format, outputs,…). If you want more information about any of the workshops, please email the associated contact.

Biodiversity and Resilience of Agroecosystems

March 7 - 8, 2013

Contact:

Fabrice

De Clerck


Resilience, Ecological Solidarity and Stewardship

April 22 - 24, 2013

Contact:

Raphaël

Mathevet 

Which mathematical formalizations of resilience and what for ?

October 8, 2013

Contact:

Guillaume

Deffuant


Resilience of Social and Ecological Systems and Territorial Approaches

October 21, 2013

Contact:

Olivier

Barreteau

Agroecological Transitions and Resilience

October 24, 2013

Contact:

Daniele

Magda

Coastal vulnerability and resilience to climate change

December 13, 2013

Contact:

François

Bousquet

Scientific events held in South Africa at Didima 8-12 April 2013

                        Themes       Contact
Resilience assessment Allyson Quinlan
Building strategic connections Gail Whiteman
“Key issues and Frontiers” in resilience science Garry Peterson
Resilience in Food Water and Society Christo Fabricius
Protected areas on the resilience of regional SES Graeme Cumming
Innovation & transformation Per Olsson
Learning from practitioners Kyla Milne
Resilience at the Margins Gary Kofinas
Knowledge & learning Erin Bohensky
Resilience & education Lance Gun derson
Arctic resilience Assessment Johan Rockstrom
Regime shifts database Oonsie Biggs
Discontinuities and novelty in complex systems Craig Allen