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Gardens are culturally shaped environments in which natural processes can be experienced. Thus, they offer insights into the relation people have with...Read more
Complex networks of relationships among and between people and nature (social-ecological networks) play an important role in sustainability; yet, we h...Read more
The benefits of exposure to nature for health and well-being have been demonstrated across multiple disciplines. Recent work has sought to establish o...Read more
Smallholder farmers are some of the poorest and most food insecure people on Earth. Their high nutritional and economic reliance on home-grown produce...Read more
Human-wildlife interactions occur when humans and wildlife overlap in the same landscapes. Due to the growing human population, the number of interact...Read more
Conservation organizations rely on social/internet media platforms to raise awareness and fundraise. Social media is a double-edged sword: it can be a...Read more
The biodiversity crisis poses a real and present global threat to humanity. The acceleration of species and ecosystem decline coupled with climate cha...Read more
Answering many of the critical questions in conservation, development and environmental management requires integrating the social and natural science...Read more
Urban environments are heterogeneous landscapes of social and environmental features, with important consequences for human-nature entanglements, such...Read more
The term 'ecosystem disservices' is used to refer to ecological costs that humans experience from nature. Managing ecosystems to protect ecosystem fun...Read more