From Valuing Nature to Reclaiming Resources: Handbook

November 23rd, 2014

A global-resources “rush” has led to chronic socio-ecosystemic deficits, thus creating the conditions for local- and global-state shifts within the biosphere and/or society, with unprecedented loss of resilience at all levels. Assessing our resources and permanently accounting for their usage and allocation are imperative to imagining and designing societies that are socio-ecosystemically resilient.