MRD authors will discuss their findings with Indigenous representatives, practitioners, and the audience to explore innovative conservation practices centered on Indigenous and local knowledge.
Weaving Together Knowledges—Collaborations in Support of the Wellbeing of Mountain Peoples and Regions
Watch the issue fill with articles exploring how mountain researchers and Indigenous Peoples can collaborate to guide knowledge creation and application.
Change in the Urban Landscape of the Drakensberg Mountain Region, South Africa: A Case Study of Phuthaditjhaba
This analysis of land cover and land use change over 3 decades reveals unsustainable developments and underlines the need for integrative coplanning and comanagement of land use...
The authors identify knowledge gaps with regard to a holistic understanding of resilient mountain social-ecological systems, and propose 4 main inter- and transdisciplinary...
Challenges and Opportunities for Risk Management of Volcanic Hazards in Small-Island Developing States
Analyzing activities following the 2021 eruption of La Soufrière, St Vincent, the authors show how cross-sector collaboration helped reduce risks, and call for comprehensive risk...