The IASC is the leading professional association dedicated to the commons. The association, founded in 1989, is devoted to bringing together multi-disciplinary researchers, practitioners, and policymakers for the purpose of improving governance and management, advancing understanding, and creating sustainable solutions for commons, common-pool resources, or any other form of shared resource.
The IASC aims to:
– encourage exchange of knowledge among diverse disciplines, areas, and resource types
– foster mutual exchange of scholarship and practical experience
– promote appropriate institutional design
If you missed the June 1st webinar “Fishing for ways to survive in a covid-19 ocean” with guest panelists Bonnie McCay, Moenieba Isaacs, Vivienne Solis, and Xavier Basurto, it is now available to view here.
You may also view the previous webinars in this series “Lessons from evolution for anticipating and coping with extreme events” with guest speaker Simon A. Levin, “Balancing opportunity and opportunism during a crisis: A conversation based on field research on commons in India” featuring Rimjhim Aggarwal and Ruth Meinzen-Dick, and “What does a post-covid-19 world look like?” featuring Brad Allenby and David Manuel-Navarrete, at our YouTube channel.