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Originally posted on Leverage Points for Sustainability Transformation:
By Rebecca Freeth I’ve been interested in the Resilience Alliance for many years. I’ve been impressed by the coherence of their conceptual work. This has been a luminous example of natural and…
In other “original content” news, the following conversation on ResearchGate with my co-author Steven Rosenzweig seemed like it might be useful, so I thought I’d give it a (slightly?) larger audience than the comments section for my 2013 conference presentation, The need for … Continue reading
Reposted under Creative Commons licence. See the original piece at The Conversation. To tackle the post-truth world, science must reform itself Andrea Saltelli, University of Bergen and Silvio Oscar Funtowicz, University of Bergen Before Brexit and the US elections, Nature … Continue reading
Originally posted on The Hardest Science:
The name of this blog comes from a talk I gave at the SPSP conference. The talk was in a training symposium for people starting out in academic psychology. People at various stages of…
Originally posted on Paul Cairney: Politics & Public Policy:
This is one of two posts on the use of scientific evidence in environmental policy (a broad term which can include climate change, food, land management, and energy policy). In this…
Originally posted on social bat .org — Gerald Carter:
This monster post has been sitting on my computer hard-drive for a few months (seriously). For awhile, I was too scared to publish it. What I’ve written below is based on a…
From one of our own AgroEcoPeople, Amber Heckelman!
Originally posted on Ideas for Sustainability:
By Joern Fischer Prompted by a recent visit to the US, I am once again wondering what kind of science we ought to be doing for it to be of use in the sense…
Originally posted on Fixing the Economists:
The question asked in the title of this post is actually somewhat of a trick. It is a trick because it all depends upon how you define ‘science’. Often when people say that economics…