The University of Maryland’s (UMD’s) National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center (SESYNC) is pleased to announce the launch of its new website at www.sesync.org, featuring a collection of free, open-access resources. Capturing 10+ years of SESYNC’s experience, history, and knowledge, this new website aims to serve an ever-growing community of socio-environmental and interdisciplinary researchers, teachers—and beyond.
Solving problems of sustainability requires understanding social and environmental systems as being tightly coupled. Each system’s individual components or parts interact in complex ways, and feedbacks—or how change in one part of the system affects other system parts—determine the dynamics of socio
This is a closed conference for a funded group of scholars.
The symposium will explore the current state of socio-environmental systems research, recent advances in the field, and the unique challenges and opportunities engendered by the questions and approaches of socio