Bridging Concepts

April 14, 2020

Future conservation: Anthropological perspectives on the (re)coupling of social-ecological relations in conservation areas

Future conservation: Anthropological perspectives on the (re)coupling of social-ecological relations in the conservation areas of southern and eastern Africa. Experiences from Namibia and Kenya. The project […]
March 23, 2020

The bridging concept of “Coupling” in the context of “Agro-Futures”

Coupling refers to mutual interactions and feedbacks between ecological, social and economic elements within socio-ecological systems. The project on “Agro-Futures” (CRC Future Rural Africa, Project A03) […]
February 10, 2020

Past Futures: Historical perspectives towards coupling within social-ecological systems

By: David Anderson and Jono Jackson: Within the discipline of History the theme of ‘coupling’ has obvious utility, connecting as it does mutual interactions and feedbacks […]
February 3, 2020

Visions for rural African futures mean conflicting aspirations for coupling processes

by Anja Linstädter, Wulf Amelung, Jan Börner, Liana Kindermann, Maximilian Meyer, Alexandra Sandhage-Hofmann (Project A01 – Future Carbon Storage) Social-ecological transformation may have tremendous consequences for […]