Andrea Rawluk
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Loving the mess: navigating diversity and conflict in social values for sustainability
JO Kenter, CM Raymond, CJ Van Riper, E Azzopardi, MR Brear, ...
Sustainability Science 14, 1439-1461, 2019
Editorial overview: Theoretical traditions in social values for sustainability
CM Raymond, JO Kenter, CJ van Riper, A Rawluk, D Kendal
Sustainability Science 14, 1173-1185, 2019
Public values for integration in natural disaster management and planning: A case study from Victoria, Australia
A Rawluk, RM Ford, FL Neolaka, KJ Williams
Journal of environmental management 185, 11-20, 2017
Ways forward for resilience thinking: lessons from the field for those exploring social-ecological systems in agriculture and natural resource management
K Sinclair, A Rawluk, S Kumar, A Curtis
Ecology and society 22 (4), 1-8, 2017
Social learning as a link between the individual and the collective: evaluating deliberation on social values
M Eriksson, CJ van Riper, B Leitschuh, A Bentley Brymer, A Rawluk, ...
Sustainability Science 14, 1323-1332, 2019
Managed aquifer recharge in farming landscapes using large floods: an opportunity to improve outcomes for the Murray-Darling Basin?
A Rawluk, A Curtis, E Sharp, BFJ Kelly, AJ Jakeman, A Ross, M Arshad, ...
Australasian journal of environmental management 20 (1), 34-48, 2013
Value-based scenario planning: Exploring multifaceted values in natural disaster planning and management.
A Rawluk, RM Ford, KJH Williams
Ecology & Society 23 (4), 2018
Widening the scope of scenario planning in small communities: a case study use of an alternative method
A Rawluk, A Godber
Ecology and Society 16 (1), 2011
Managing values in disaster planning: current strategies, challenges and opportunities for incorporating values of the public
RM Ford, A Rawluk, KJH Williams
Land Use Policy 81, 131-142, 2019
Reconciling contradictory narratives of landscape change using the adaptive cycle: a case study from southeastern Australia
A Rawluk, A Curtis
Ecology and Society 21 (1), 2016
Loving the mess: navigating diversity and conflict in social values for sustainability. Sustain. Sci. 14, 1439–1461
JO Kenter, CM Raymond, CJ Van Riper, E Azzopardi, MR Brear, ...
Facing the gap: Exploring research on local knowledge of insect-provided services in agroecosystems
A Rawluk, ME Saunders
International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability 17 (1), 108-117, 2019
Values of the public at risk of wildfire and its management
KJH Williams, RM Ford, A Rawluk
International journal of wildland fire 27 (10), 665-676, 2018
Practices in social ecological research: interdisciplinary collaboration in'adaptive doing'
A Rawluk, R Beilin, H Bender, R Ford
Springer Nature, 2019
Intervention—Holding Space for Alternative Futures in Academia and Beyond
S Pascoe, A Sanders, A Rawluk, P Satizábal, T Toumbourou
Antipode [Online]. Available at: https://antipodeonline. org/2020/04/22 …, 2020
A new approach to horse welfare based on systems thinking
KL Luke, A Rawluk, T McAdie
Animal Welfare 31 (1), 37-49, 2022
Enacting shared responsibility in biosecurity governance: insights from adaptive governance
A Rawluk, R Beilin, S Lavau
Ecology and Society 26 (2), 18, 2021
The role of collaborative research in learning to incorporate values of the public in social-ecological system governance: case study of bushfire risk planning.
KJH Williams, RM Ford, A Rawluk
Ecology & Society 25 (4), 2020
Call for papers for “Theoretical traditions in social values for sustainability”
CM Raymond, J Kenter, D Kendal, CJ Van Riper, A Rawluk
Sustainability Science 13, 269-271, 2018
“A Mirror and a Lamp”: The Role of Power in the Rural Landscape Trajectory of the Ovens Region of Australia
A Rawluk, A Curtis
Society & Natural Resources 30 (8), 949-963, 2017
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