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Katrina Brown

Katrina Brown is Professor of Social Science at the University of Exeter, UK. She works at the interface between international development, environmental change, and resilience. Her research focuses on how individuals and societies understand and respond to change, and their different capacities for adaptation and transformation. Her book Resilience, Development and Global Change (2016) develops a human-centred perspective on resilience for development, highlighting resistance, rootedness, and resourcefulness.


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Opinion/Starting with six Ps

Putting the social in social-ecological systems means getting people, place, power, and more into discussions of resilience. This requires an openness to very different schools of thought – and crossing some new frontiers in resilience research.