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  • 1. Adaptive Governance Course description and introduction 2010/2011
  • 2. + complex social-ecological systems, tipping points, surprise, hysteresis...
  • 3. Three forces that are reshaping the Planet The Anthopocene Planetary Boundaries “The Great Acceleration Political shifts towards networked forms of governance Mass-Self Communication Information Revolution
  • 4. How govern complex SES in an era of rapid global change?
  • 5. Resilience capacity to deal with change, stress and shocks, and continue to develop
  • 6. Adaptation ”Bounce back” Innovation Transformation
  • 7. What is governance? “Steering” From “command and control” to collaboration, negotiation, “governance without government” Patterns of collaboration, instruments to guide repeated interactions and steering attempts
  • 8. Different from management n. - The act, manner, or practice of managing; handling, supervision, or control: management of a crisis; management of factory workers. - The person or persons who control or direct a business or other enterprise. - Skill in managing; executive ability.
  • 9. institutions social networks international regimes innovation adaptation coping with crises innovation systems learning transitions and transformations trust collective action polycentric systems Adaptive Governance
  • 10. Learning goals * define and describe key concepts related to adaptive governance, such as adaptive co-management, social learning, social networks, bridging organization, and polycentric governance. * define and describe the role of innovation and transformations in adaptive governance. * describe how these concepts are related to each other in the context of governance of dynamic social-ecological systems. * apply concepts related to adaptive governance at multiple levels, on a real-world case.
  • 11. How? Lectures + read before! Discussion seminars Case study analysis Blog Examination
  • 12. password: resilience
  • 13. Blog contribution Write blogpost: brief summary of lecture, definition of key concept/s, and short reflection within 48 hrs after lecture, via e-mail to (teams of 2). post@adaptivegovernance2010.posterous.com Writing of short comment to blogpost within 24 hrs after it has been posted, directly on the blog (individual).
  • 14. Schedule
  • 15. Questions?

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