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A conceptual template for integrative human–environment research
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We propose a conceptual template that can be used to catalyse the integration of concepts from a range of disciplines in environmental and natural-resource research. Expand
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Mind the sustainability gap.
Despite increasing efforts to reach sustainability, key global biophysical indicators such as climate change and biodiversity loss continue to deteriorate rather than improve. Ongoing failure to moveExpand
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Eliciting the implicit knowledge and perceptions of on-ground conservation managers of the Macquarie Marshes
Knowledge that has been developed through extensive experience of receiving and responding to ecological feedback is particularly valuable for informing and guiding environmental management. ThisExpand
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Simple models, powerful ideas: Towards effective integrative practice
Abstract Growing evidence that human societies are on an unsustainable development path has led to widespread calls for a better understanding of the complex dynamics of the human–Earth system. TheExpand
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Understanding Human Ecology: A systems approach to sustainability
Prologue: Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast Part 1: The Challenge 1. Human Ecology: An Evolving Discipline 2 . Water Conflicts in the Snowy Mountains Part 2: Thinking Together 3. ThinkingExpand
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Why biodiversity declines as protected areas increase: the effect of the power of governance regimes on sustainable landscapes
Achieving sustainable landscapes that integrate food production with biodiversity conservation remains challenging, particularly in the tropics where most forest clearance results from conversion toExpand
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A system dynamics approach in LCA to account for temporal effects—a consequential energy LCI of car body-in-whites
PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to take steps towards a life cycle assessment that is able to account for changes over time in resource flows and environmental impacts. The majority of life cycleExpand
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Landscape Fluidity - a unifying perspective for understanding and adapting to global change
Rapid, human-induced global change presents major challenges to researchers, policy-makers and land managers. Addressing these challenges requires an appreciation of the dynamics of ecologicalExpand
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Human Health and Climate Change: Leverage Points for Adaptation in Urban Environments
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The design of adaptation strategies that promote urban health and well-being in the face of climate change requires an understanding of the feedback interactions that take place between the dynamical state of a city, the health of its people, and the state of the planet. Expand
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Cool Communities—Urban Density, Trees, and Health
A move towards more compact and climate-resilient cities is being encouraged around the world. As part of these plans, there is a need to manage the potential conflict between increasing urbanExpand
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