Transdisciplinary Approaches to Mountain Sustainability2017-04-21T07:21:55+00:00

Transdisciplinary Approaches to Mountain Sustainability

We are developing a joint understanding of transdisciplinarity, a description of the steps to get there, the practices used in each step and examples from our own cases for either the steps or particular practices. We have also developed a survey that we are sending out to the mountain community on these issues. If you would like to contribute to this survey, please contact us.

Richard Bonet, Ecrins National Park, France
Tsechoe Dorji, Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Gordon Grant, US Forest Service US
Greg Greenwood, Mountain Research Initiative, Switzerland
Jose Jesus Herrerías, Cultural Center of Abla Municipality, France
Kelly Hopping, Stanford University USA
Robert Huber, Swiss Federal Research Institute for Forest, Snow & Landscape Switzerland
Karim-Aly Saleh Kassam, Cornell University USA
Julia Klein, Colorado State University USA
David Kreuer, Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research Germany
Sandra Lavorel, CNRS, France
Mohamed Mahdi, National School of Agriculture, Meknès, Morocco
Robert Marchant, University of York UK
Berta Martin-Lopez, Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford UK
Martha Moreno, ESNACIFOR, Siguatepeque, Honduras
Anne Nolin, Oregon State University USA
Robin Reid, Colorado State University USA
Aaron J.M. Russell, Center for International Forestry Research, Indonesia
Mateja Smid, Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slovenia
Cara Elizabeth Steger, Colorado State University USA
Catherine Tucker, University of Florida USA
Daniel Waiswa, Makerere University, Uganda

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