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Social media impact not only our communication and social interactions but also our relationships to the natural environment. Social media can increas...Read more
In this study, social survey data and social-ecological modelling were used to estimate how the success of controlling invasive plant species is influ...Read more
Globally, billions of dollars are invested each year to help understand the dynamics of social ecological systems (SES) in bettering both social and e...Read more
The human health benefits of direct sensory interactions with nature (hereafter direct human-nature interactions) are increasingly recognised. However...Read more
The idea that human impacts on natural systems might trigger large-scale, social-ecological 'crises' or 'breakdowns' is attracting increasing scientif...Read more
Including different forms of knowledges and views in decision-making is crucial to managing the complexity of social-ecological systems (SES) in ways ...Read more
Whether new technologies will have a positive impact on how societies experience nature depends on how particular devices and populations come to inte...Read more
Biological invasions are a major threat to biodiversity and human well-being. Scientists and environmental managers typically seek ecological solution...Read more
Animal-related content on social media is hugely popular but is not always appropriate in terms of how animals are portrayed or how they are treated. ...Read more
Despite the growing popularity of Instagram as a medium to portray nature and the outdoors, there remains limited research available exploring its inf...Read more