Recent papers published by DiverSus members

Several research articles have recently been published by Diversus members in the framework of our project “Socio-ecological resilience in the face of global environmental change in heterogeneous landscapes – building…

Workshop with stakeholders in Pontal do Paranapanema, São Pablo, Brazil

As part of the first stage of our project “Socio-ecological resilience in the face of global environmental change in heterogeneous landscapes – building a common platform for understanding and action”,…

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Second team workshop of our project on co-design and socio-ecological resilience

The second team workshop was carried out virtually in December 2020. The workshop began with a round of discussion to evaluate very quickly how each group is doing (without specifying…

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Workshop with stakeholders in Campos de María, Colombia

The first workshop with stakeholders in the Campos de María site, Colombia, was carried out in May 2020 in the Playón micro-watershed belonging to the municipality of María La Baja…

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Workshop with stakeholders in Chancaní, Argentina

The first workshop with stakeholders in the Chancaní site was carried out in the facilities of the town school in March 2020. The Workshop was organized by an interdisciplinary team…

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Workshop with stakeholders in Copo, Argentina

The first workshop with stakeholders in the Copo site was carried out in the Copo National Park facilities, Santiago del Estero Province, Argentina in November 2019. Within the framework of…

First team workshop of our project on co-design and socio-ecological resilience

The first team workshop of our project IAI SGP-HW090 on co-design and socio-ecological resilience was carried out in Córdoba, Argentina, in September 2019. The workshop started with a quick round…

About Us

DiverSus is an international Nucleus, with headquarters at the 
Multidisciplinary Institute of Plant Biology (CONICET – National University of Cordoba, Argentina).

“Nucleus” refers to a flexible administrative structure, in which the interaction between members is planned and structured on the basis of the needs of each particular project.

The flexible structure allows members to interact differently as required by each particular project, with interactions ranging from close collaboration on the same project and study site over several years, to participation in virtual forums on emerging issues bounded in time.

Our Goals

The main purpose of DiverSus is to conduct high-quality research in the areas of biodiversity, ecosystems and sustainability, in response to socially-relevant problems. Within this main objective are the following more specific objectives:

To generate original knowledge within the fields of ecology and sustainability, science, within an interdisciplinary framework

To create new theoretical frameworks and methodologies in order to facilitate the interface between physical, biological and social sciences around complex problems involving socio-environmental systems.

To contribute to capacity building in the areas of ecology and sustainability science, with an emphasis in Latin America and the Caribbean.

To organize and facilitate analysis and synthesis on emergent topics.

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