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[T]he structure, method, and content of sustainability science must differ fundamentally from most science as we know it–reductionist methods alone will not be enough; also essential are parallel functions of social learning that incorporate the elements of action, adaptive management, and policy as experiment. --- Michael Weinstein

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Book Review Perspectives

  • Down to the Wire: Confronting Climate Collapse
  • by David W. Orr
    Kersty Hobson, The Australian National University, Australia
    John D. Peine, The University of Tennessee, USA
    Terence Jeyaretnam, Net Balance Management Group, USA
    Ke Chung Kim, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
    Rejoinder from author(s): David W. Orr, Oberlin College, USA

and Forthcoming Articles


  • A Typology for Complex Social-Ecological Systems in Mountain Communities
  • Mark Altaweel, Arika Virapongse, David Griffith, Lillian Alessa, & Andrew Kliskey, University College London, United Kingdom

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