Starting from the concept of resilience and its application in rural socio-ecological systems (SES), this work explores the development pathways within a rural SES (consisting of four representative linked communities) over a sixty year period. The results of the study show an array of different pathways which contrast with the accepted perception of a homogeneous local territory. These results provide valuable insights for more responsive policy-making which is better suited to the specific community contexts which sustain resilience in the SES.

Resilience and rural change: conflict or synergy?

QUARANTA, Giovanni;SALVIA, Rosanna;
2013

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Starting from the concept of resilience and its application in rural socio-ecological systems (SES), this work explores the development pathways within a rural SES (consisting of four representative linked communities) over a sixty year period. The results of the study show an array of different pathways which contrast with the accepted perception of a homogeneous local territory. These results provide valuable insights for more responsive policy-making which is better suited to the specific community contexts which sustain resilience in the SES.
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