REPICORE project combines social and natural sciences for an integrated assessment to achieve a more holistic understanding of coupled social-ecological systems.
The overall aim is an improved understanding of social-ecological feedbacks that erode or strengthen resilience. REPICORE brings together leading international experts on social-ecological resilience assessment, and links up with institutions in the Pacific Islands. Read more…
- The REPICORE team headed back out to the Pacific in mid-June, only this time the final destination was not a Melanesian island but a Polynesian one – Oahu in Hawai’i. …Read More »
- By Akuila Cakacaka Four months after the devastating impact of tropical Cyclone Winston, I visited the villages of Nakodu and Tuatua on Koro island and Natokalau village on Ovalau island …Read More »
- Coral reefs are a food source for millions of people in the tropics, but many do not deliver the expected catch any more. What influences fish abundance in these environments? …Read More »
- The third global bleaching event has been taking place over the last months. Having slowly extended across the Pacific Ocean, unusually high water temperatures emerged in Fiji in February this …Read More »
- Three weeks ago, the largest cyclone ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere hit Fiji. At the time that the cyclone hit, the water around Fiji was around 1.5°C higher than …Read More »