Workshops 2017-05-04T13:33:36+00:00

WORKSHOPS

Workshop on Participatory Modeling of Social-Ecological Systems Begins!

Our workshop on “Participatory Modeling of Mountain Social-Ecological Systems” at the Rock Springs Resort, Bend, Oregon has begun! The workshop is led by Anne Nolin, Jessica Thorn, Julia Klein, Robin Reid, & Catherine Tucker. The broader objectives this workshop are to explore and evaluate transdisciplinary modeling frameworks for mountains, to identify relevant questions and scenarios to explore with models, and [...]

Workshop on Transdisciplinary Approaches to Mountain Sustainability

We will explore whether different mountain contexts are associated with specific best practices and will analyze the reasons for similarity, including objective ones (biophysical and social context) as well has historical/cultural ones (i.e. legacies in political systems, in systems of knowledge production). We will also address the hypothesis that while the former are likely to bring similarities, the latter may [...]

Building Resilience of Mountain Social‐ Ecological Systems to Global Change

An International Synthesis and Grant-­Writing Workshop

Through a series of workshops and synthesis activities, Julia Klein, Assistant Professor at Colorado State University, Anne Nolin, Associate Professor at Oregon State University, and Greg Greenwood, Executive Director of the Mountain Research Institute (MRI) in Bern, Switzerland, brought together experts on mountain hydrology, ecosystem science, human ecology and environmental governance; decision makers in policy and resource management; and key [...]