Thursday, December 1, 2022

Perspectives on Public Policy in Societal-Environmental Crises: What the Future Needs from History 


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The only collective multidisciplinary survey of historical responses to risk, mitigation and resilience. International group of specialists in several fields working collaboratively. Directly responds to current concerns about relevance of historical lessons for contemporary policy. This book is open access which means you have free and unlimited access

Part of the book series: Risk, Systems and Decisions (RSD)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-ix
  2. Introduction: What Sort of Past Does Our Future Need?

    • Adam Izdebski, John Haldon, Piotr Filipkowski
    Pages 1-5Open Access
  3. History and Public Policy in the Era of Planetary Crisis

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 7-7
    2. History and Utopian Thinking in the Era of the Anthropocene

      • Dariusz Brzeziński
      Pages 33-43Open Access
    3. Globalization as Adaptive Complexity: Learning from Failure

      • Miguel Centeno, Peter Callahan, Paul Larcey, Thayer Patterson
      Pages 59-74Open Access
    4. Disjunctures of Practice and the Problems of Collapse

      • Rowan Jackson, Steven Hartman, Benjamin Trump, Carole Crumley, Thomas McGovern, Igor Linkov et al.
      Pages 75-108Open Access
  4. Crisis and Recovery

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 205-205
    2. Systemic Risk and Resilience: The Bronze Age Collapse and Recovery

      • Luke Kemp, Eric H. Cline
      Pages 207-223Open Access
    3. Panarchy and the Adaptive Cycle: A Case Study from Mycenaean Greece

      • James M. L. Newhard, Eric H. Cline
      Pages 225-235Open Access






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