At the end of this week, members of The Conservation Planning Group will be travelling to Stockholm for the Resilience 2017 conference Resilience Frontiers for Global Sustainability. The conference programme is available to download here.
For those attending, if you want to catch our presentations:
Georgina Gurney – “Multiple communities, one Reef: redefining community based on place attachment in a connected world” Monday, 21 August – Room 26 (50) – 14:50 – 15:30
Jorge Álvarez-Romero – “Structure and function of collaboration networks in natural resource management: variation in patterns across regions and management stages” Monday, 21 August – Poster area – 14:50 – 15:30
Rebecca Weeks – “Assessing the ability of collaborative governance arrangements to resolve the problem of spatial fit in coral reef ecosystems” Tuesday, 22 August – Room 24/25 (70) – 11:00 – 11:40
Other colleagues from the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies will also be attending. Tiffany Morrison will be talking on “Power in Polycentric Governance” on Tuesday, and Graeme Cumming will be presenting twice on Wednesday, on “Integrating network analysis with hierarchy theory: introducing the heterarchy” and “The identity and resilience of protected areas in the Anthropocene”. We’re also looking forward to catching up with colleagues and Conservation Planing Group alumni from around the world, including Dr’s Natalie Ban, Jessica Blythe and Morena Mills!
For those not in Stockholm, you can follow the conference on