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Ecology, sustainability science and “knowing” systems

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Sustainability science can be characterized by its interdisciplinary approach to addressing complex, dynamic problems. It also serves the quest for advancing both useful knowledge and informed action by creating a dynamic bridge between basic and applied research (Clark, 2007). However, because of its short history as a research discipline and the complexity and diversity of sustainability issues, many researchers from conventional disciplines, including ecologists, are finding it difficult to share their knowledge and to contribute to the development of a common framework to promote sustainability studies.

Related Subject(s): Economic and Social Development
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