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Title: Ecohealth and resilience thinking : a dialog from experiences in research and practice
Authors: Berbés Blázquez, Marta
Oestreicher, Jordan Sky
Mertens, Frédéric
Charles, Johanne Saint
Assunto:: Ecossistema
Resiliência
Saúde
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Ecology and Society
Citation: BERBÉS BLÁZQUEZ, Marta et al. Ecohealth and resilience thinking: a dialog from experiences in research and practice. Ecology and Society, v. 19, n. 2, Article 24, 2014. Disponível em: <https://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol19/iss2/art24/>. Acesso em: 27 jun. 2017. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-06264-190224.
Abstract: Resilience thinking and ecosystems approaches to health (EAH), or ecohealth, share roots in complexity science, although they have distinct foundations in ecology and population health, respectively. The current articulations of these two approaches are strongly converging, but each approach has its strengths. Resilience thinking has developed theoretical models to the study of social– ecological systems, whereas ecohealth has a vast repertoire of experience in dealing with complex health issues. With the two fields dovetailing, there is ripe opportunity to create a dialog centered on concepts that are more thoroughly developed in one field, which can then serve to advance the other. In this article, we first present an overview of the ecohealth and resilience thinking frameworks before opening a dialog centered on seven themes that have strong potential for cross-pollination between the two approaches: scale interactions, regime shifts, adaptive environmental management, social learning, participation, social and gender equity, and knowledge to action. We conclude with some future research suggestions for those interested in theoretical and practical applications at the intersection of environment and health. In particular, closer collaboration between these two fields can lead to addressing blind spots in the ecosystem services framework, complementary social-network analysis, the application of resilience heuristics to the understanding of health, and the development of a normative dimension in resilience thinking.
Licença:: Copyright © 2014 by the author(s). Published here under license by the Resilience Alliance. Berbés-Blázquez, M., J. S. Oestreicher, F. Mertens, and J. Saint-Charles. 2014. Ecohealth and resilience thinking: a dialog from experiences in research and practice. Ecology
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5751/ES-06264-190224
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