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IASNR Hub Updates

As IASNR continues to support members from across the globe, the formation of new IASNR Hubs continues to be reflected in the work of IASNR members in several regions. As noted in the strategic planning update earlier in this newsletter, IASNR Council is seeking further clarity on how to support the emergence of these Hubs.

There will be a Hubs meeting (hybrid) at the IASNR 2024 Conference from 3:00 – 4:30 pm Cairns time on Monday the 24th June named “Bridging worlds, amplifying voices: The role of hubs in enhancing IASNR’s interdisciplinary impact.” All registrants are welcome. Current HUBS include the following:

European Hub

The IASNR European Hub aims to advance the goals of IASNR and extend its reach in Europe and among colleagues working in Europe or of European origin. Click here to learn more about the European Hub and to join their listserv.

The core team of organisers includes:

Sarah Gottwald, Leuphana University, Germany
Iga Kołodyńska, Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Science, Poland

Oceania Hub

The IASNR Oceania Hub aims to advance the goals of IASNR and extend its reach across Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia.

The core team of organisers includes:

Jennifer Bond, Charles Sturt University
Leonie Pearson, University of Canberra
Claudia Benham, University of Queensland

East and Southeast Asia Hub

The IASNR East and Southeast Asia Hub aims to provide an interdisciplinary social scientific understanding of the relationships between human health and natural resources, such as outdoor recreation, landscape design, island- or ocean-orientation research, and natural and ecological science backgrounds that bear on research and sustainable development goals (SDGs).

Chia-Kuen Cheng, National Taiwan University
Bau-Show Lin, National Taiwan University
Chung-Heng Hsieh, Fu Jen Catholic University