The Most Popular P&P Articles
Thanks for stopping by People and Place.
It's now been more than a year since I last posted here. I stopped blogging in spring 2011 to spend more time on my Ecotrust day-job, particularly the development of the publication Resilience & Transformation: A Regional Approach (html, pdf, flash-based online reader).
In 2 1/2 years of P&P, from fall 2008 to spring 2011, I published two issues full of diverse perspectives on resilience thinking and social and ethical approaches to climate change. Both topics have become central to today's conversations on human wellbeing. A third issue on economics and the commonwealth will have to remain incomplete. Thanks to all the writers that contributed articles to P&P.
Over the course of its run, the most popular P&P articles were:
- Resilience Thinking (by Brian Walker)
- Six Habits of Highly Resilient Organizations (by Peter+Trudy Johnson-Lenz)
- Four Types of Goods
- Climate, Worldviews and Cultural Theory
- Collapse and Renewal (by Buzz Holling)
- Adaptive Cycle
- Luis Bettencourt and Geoffrey West: Cities as Complex Systems
- “One Person, One Share” of the Atmosphere (by Peter Singer)
- Russell Ackoff: From Data to Wisdom
- Tim Flannery: Montreal Protocol Day
- Climate Adaptation for Resilient Communities
- Mike Hulme: Why We Disagree about Climate Change
- The Ethics of Geoengineering (by Dale Jamieson)
- Glossary of Climate Adaptation and Decision-Making
- Douglass North: Institutions and Social Transformation
- Mitigation and Adaptation
- Talking about Design for Resilience
- Panarchy and Pace in the Big Back Loop
- Sustaining Our Commonwealth (by Herman Daly)
- Beth Noveck: Wiki-Government
- Citizen Science and Social Learning
- Boris Worm and Ray Hilborn: Rebuilding Global Fisheries
- Sustainability: The S-Word
- Rigidity and Poverty Traps
- Michael Tomasello: Why We Cooperate
I hope to keep P&P online -- and these articles available -- for the near future.
Welcome to get in touch: howard AT solvingforpattern DOT org.