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David Manuel-Navarrete
David Manuel-Navarrete
Associate Professor. School of Sustainability. ASU
Verified email at asu.edu
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From resilience to transformation: the adaptive cycle in two Mexican urban centers
M Pelling, D Manuel-Navarrete
Ecology and Society 16 (2), 2011
4582011
You say you want a revolution? Transforming education and capacity building in response to global change
K O’Brien, J Reams, A Caspari, A Dugmore, M Faghihimani, I Fazey, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 28, 48-59, 2013
1612013
Análisis sistémico de la agriculturización en la pampa húmeda argentina y sus consecuencias en regiones extra pampeanas: sostenibilidad, brechas de conocimiento e integración …
D Manuel-Navarrete, GC Gallopín, M Blanco, M Díaz-Zorita, D Ferraro, ...
CEPAL, 2005
1572005
Urban resilience efforts must consider social and political forces
H Eakin, LA Bojórquez-Tapia, MA Janssen, M Georgescu, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (2), 186-189, 2017
1552017
Multi-causal and integrated assessment of sustainability: the case of agriculturization in the Argentine Pampas
D Manuel-Navarrete, GC Gallopín, M Blanco, M Díaz-Zorita, DO Ferraro, ...
Environment, Development and Sustainability 11 (3), 621-638, 2009
1432009
TOURISTS’PERCEPTIONS IN A CLIMATE OF CHANGE: Eroding Destinations
CN Buzinde, D Manuel-Navarrete, EE Yoo, D Morais
Annals of tourism Research 37 (2), 333-354, 2010
1322010
Subjectivity and the politics of transformation in response to development and environmental change
D Manuel-Navarrete, M Pelling
Global Environmental Change 35, 558-569, 2015
1262015
Syndromes of sustainability of development for assessing the vulnerability of coupled human–environmental systems. The case of hydrometeorological disasters in Central America …
D Manuel-Navarrete, JJ Gomez, G Gallopín
Global Environmental Change 17 (2), 207-217, 2007
1172007
Entanglements of power and spatial inequalities in tTourism in the Mexican Caribbean
D Manuel-Navarrete
1102012
Archetype analysis in sustainability research
C Oberlack, D Sietz, EB Bonanomi, A De Bremond, J Dell'Angelo, ...
Ecology and Society 24 (2), 2019
1052019
Representations and adaptation to climate change
CN Buzinde, D Manuel-Navarrete, D Kerstetter, M Redclift
Annals of tourism research 37 (3), 581-603, 2010
1052010
Emic understandings of Kumbh Mela pilgrimage experiences
CN Buzinde, JM Kalavar, N Kohli, D Manuel-Navarrete
Annals of Tourism Research 49, 1-18, 2014
1022014
Theorizing the concept of alienation in tourism studies
L Xue, D Manuel-Navarrete, CN Buzinde
Annals of Tourism Research 44, 186-199, 2014
982014
Climate change and the crisis of capitalism: a chance to reclaim, self, society and nature
M Pelling, D Manuel-Navarrete, M Redclift
Routledge, 2012
972012
Adaptive pathways and coupled infrastructure: seven centuries of adaptation to water risk and the production of vulnerability in Mexico City
B Tellman, J Bausch, H Eakin, J Anderies, M Mazari-Hiriart, ...
Ecology and Society 23 (1), 2018
952018
Critical adaptation to hurricanes in the Mexican Caribbean: Development visions, governance structures, and coping strategies
D Manuel-Navarrete, M Pelling, M Redclift
Global Environmental Change 21 (1), 249-258, 2011
862011
The social production of space in tourism enclaves: Mayan children’s perceptions of tourism boundaries
CN Buzinde, D Manuel-Navarrete
Annals of Tourism Research 43, 482-505, 2013
842013
Ecological integrity discourses: linking ecology with cultural transformation
D Manuel-Navarrete, JJ Kay, D Dolderman
Human Ecology Review, 215-229, 2004
812004
Power, realism, and the ideal of human emancipation in a climate of change
D Manuel‐Navarrete
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 1 (6), 781-785, 2010
792010
Adapting to risk and perpetuating poverty: Household’s strategies for managing flood risk and water scarcity in Mexico City
H Eakin, AM Lerner, D Manuel-Navarrete, BH Aguilar, A Martínez-Canedo, ...
Environmental Science & Policy 66, 324-333, 2016
762016
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