Panarchy as adaptation paradigm in the Anthropocene

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Abstract

We, humans have our roots in pre-Anthropocene eras where we gathered skills for survival and establishing our culture. The cumulated tacit knowledge, the skills, ideas and experiences that can only be shared by personal contact and mutual trust, is evolved and cumulated during this pre-Anthropocene era. This tacit knowledge is geared to our existence and to local circumstances, it is
the indigenous knowledge necessary for local adaptation and for (cultural) perseverance. The Anthropocene era however, is characterized by rapid changes with respect to environment, climate, food sovereignty, culture and more. Our tacit knowledge needs to evolve and adapt at the same pace as changes happen in our environment and culture. Changes in the Anthropocene era are fast
and disruptive thereby challenging concomitant evolution of our tacit knowledge
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2018

Keywords

  • water management
  • climate
  • climateadaption

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Panarchy as adaptation paradigm in the Anthropocene. / Boogaard, Floris; van Haren, R.J.F. (First author).

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