Browsing by Author "Fazey, Ioan"

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  • Warren, John M.; Fischer, Joern; Fazey, John A.; Dovers, Stephen R.; Sherren, Kate; Noss, Reed F.; Fazey, Ioan (2007-09)
    Adaptive capacity is increasingly recognized as essential for maintaining the resilience of social–ecological systems and for coping with environmental change. Four main requirements enable societies to successfully adapt ...
  • Fazey, Ioan; Schultz, Lisen (Springer Netherlands, 2009-06-05)
    Adaptive management needs people within organizations that can learn flexibly and be adaptive. Unfortunately, people are not generally very good at changing thinking or understanding or translating such change into doing ...
  • Fischer, Joern; Lindenmayer, David B.; Fazey, Ioan (2004-10-01)
    Organisms respond to their surroundings at multiple spatial scales, and different organisms respond differently to the same environment. Existing landscape models, such as the 'fragmentation model' (or patch-matrix-corridor ...
  • Fazey, Ioan; Fischer, Joern (2009-09-01)
    In a recent Opinion article in Trends in Ecology & Evolution, Ricciardi and Simberloff argue that species translocations are not a viable conservation strategy to deal with threats such as climate change, because conservation ...
  • Fazey, Ioan; Schultz, Lisen (Springer Netherlands, 2009-06-05)
    This chapter is about making it happen. Adaptive management, that is. How do you transform a conventional management regime into one of adaptive management? How do you make it safe and rewarding to fail? And how do you ...
  • Newell, Barry; Johnson, Bill; Proust, Katrina; Fazey, John A.; Fazey, Ioan (2006-06-01)
    Knowledge that has been developed through extensive experience of receiving and responding to ecological feedback is particularly valuable for informing and guiding environmental management. This paper captures the implicit ...
  • Johnson, Bill; Fazey, Ioan; Fazey, John A.; Proust, Katrina; Newell, Barry (Resilience Alliance Publications, 2008-12-09)
    Knowledge that has been developed through extensive experience of receiving and responding to ecological feedback is particularly valuable for informing and guiding environmental management. This paper captures the implicit ...
  • Conrad, Liz; Christie, Michael; Fazey, Ioan (Inter-disciplinary.net, 2009-12-31)
    One aspect of effective and empowering citizen engagement in pursuit of sustainable development involves taking account of people's views. This exploratory study, carried out on the Mediterranean island of Gozo, considered ...
  • Evely, Anna C.; Fazey, Ioan; Pinard, Michelle; Lambin, Xavier (2008)
    The benefits of increasing the contribution of the social sciences in the fields of environmental and conservation science disciplines are increasingly recognized. However, integration between the social and natural sciences ...
  • Peterson, Gary D.; Gordon, Line J.; Dovers, Stephen; Felton, Adam M.; Fazey, Ioan; Folke, Carl; Elmqvist, Thomas; Fischer, Joern; Gardner, Toby A. (2009-10-01)
    Conservation strategies need to be both effective and efficient to be successful. To this end, two bodies of research should be integrated, namely ‘resilience thinking’ and ‘optimisation for conservation,’ both of which ...
  • Fazey, Ioan; Christie, Mike; Conrad, Elisabeth (2011-11-01)
    Several innovative directions for landscape policy development and implementation have emerged over recent years. These include: (i) an expansion of scope to include all landscape aspects and landscape types, (ii) an ...
  • Salisbury, J. G.; Dovers, S.; Lindenmayer, D. B.; Fazey, Ioan; Fazey, John A. (2006-05-26)
    Understanding the nature and role of experiential knowledge for environmental conservation is a necessary step towards understanding if it should be used and how it might be applied with other types of knowledge in an ...
  • Conrad, Elisabeth; Cassar, Louis F.; Jones, Michael; Eiter, Sebastian; Izaovicova, Zita; Barankova, Zuzana; Christie, Michael; Fazey, Ioan (2011-03-01)
    The involvement of the public in decision-making is established as a key feature of many planning policies. However, there is evidence from the literature of a prevailing gap between participation rhetoric on paper and ...
  • Fazey, Ioan; Conrad, Elisabeth; Christie, Mike; Cassar, Louis F.; Izaovicova, Zita; Jones, Michael; Barankova, Zuzana; Eiter, Sebastian (2011-11-01)
    The involvement of the public in decision-making is established as a key feature of many planning policies. However, there is evidence from the literature of a prevailing gap between participation rhetoric on paper and ...
  • Conrad, Elisabeth; Fazey, Ioan; Christie, Mike; Fazey, Ioan (2011-06-14)
    The European Landscape Convention (ELC) establishes public participation as both an instrumental and substantive goal. Indeed, the ELC defines the very notion of landscape as ¿an area as perceived by people¿¿. There is ...
  • Fazey, Ioan; Lindenmayer, David B.; Fischer, Joern (2005-07)
    We provide an overview of publications from three prominent conservation journals (Biodiversity & Conservation, Biological Conservation and Conservation Biology) published in 2001 (n = 547 papers). We found a wide breadth ...