Laurie Beth Clark's research while affiliated with University of Wisconsin–Madison and other places

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The wicked nature of sustainability challenges facing food systems demands intentional and synergistic actions at multiple scales and sectors. The Southern Cone of Latin America, with its historical legacy of “feeding the world,” presents interesting opportunities for generating insights into potential trajectories and processes for food system tra...
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Sustainability requires a combination of meaningful co-production of locally relevant solutions, synthesis of insights gained across regions, and increased cooperation between science, policy and practice. The Programme for Ecosystem Change and Society (PECS) has been coordinating Place-Based Social-Ecological Sustainability Research (PBSESR) acros...

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... Central to the transdisciplinary process outlined in this paper is SARAS, an interdisciplinary research institute which, for nearly 15 years, has focused on the production of knowledge and insights to help enable sustainable futures in the broader region (Scheffer and Mazzeo, 2019;Calderón-Contreras et al., 2022). Understood as a bridging organization (Folke et al., 2005;Kowalski and Jenkins, 2015), SARAS has essentially been a platform that integrates diverse approaches to enhance resilience and facilitate transformation, especially attempting to expand the science-policy interface in the Uruguayan context (where its headquarters are located). ...