Beyond social-ecological traps: Pathways to a sustainable future
- In development and resilience research, the metaphor of a ‘trap’ is commonly employed to convey the rigidity that can be associated with complex systems. In practical meaning, and in their mechanical workings, traps are designed to catch and enclose something. But importantly for our organizational mission, a trap is a metaphor for the entrenched poverty and food insecurity facing millions of people around the world.
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- Hampus Erikssonhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-1199-6889
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