Founded in 2001 with over 600 Members Worldwide
The International Association for Society and Natural Resources is the home to over 4200 members over the past 25 years. They are professionals from a variety of social science and natural science backgrounds who bear research and application strategies pertaining to the environment and natural resource issues. Our membership covers over 45 counties around the world.
The International Association for Society and Natural Resources (IASNR) strives to be the premier international association of social scientists, policy makers, and practitioners studying and managing human relationships with the environment and natural resources. It is our mission to foster better scientific understandings of society-natural resource relationships; assist in the professional development of social scientists, policy makers, practitioners, and students from around the world studying these issues; and provide opportunities for them to meet and share their work with each other.
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Job Postings & Other Announcements
Call for Contributions to Edited Book: “The Transformative Power of Parks” Persistent concerns about declining human health, environmental sustainability, and social equity demand innovative solutions.
A PhD position is available in the Kamath and De Urioste-Stone Labs at the University of Maine, through a new interdisciplinary NSF Research Traineeship (NRT)
UW Extension Lakes is hiring a Leadership and Capacity Development Specialist. The successful candidate for this position will work with the Extension Lakes Director to
Prof. Nancy Langston is recruiting a MS student in Energy and Environmental Policy (Dept of Social Sciences, Michigan Tech) for a collaborative NSF-funded project on
Three exciting environmental social science opportunities at the University of Montana: Postdoc in quantitative social and/or spatial sciences (Priority consideration date 12/11/2019 – Application link).
The University of Idaho’s James A. and Louise McClure Center for Public Policy Research seeks a postdoctoral fellow to join a dynamic team engaged in
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