On October 9th, Dr. Waring gave a public lecture at the Merryspring Nature Center in Camden, Maine. The talk laid out a guide for understanding how cooperation works, and for harnessing cooperation to achieve sustainable behaviors and institutions at any scale. The talk draws on Waring’s Cooperation Science Toolkit.
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- RT @TheBostonWriter: Turns out imitation is the best form of sustainability. Thanks to Dr. @tmwaring of @umaine for his insights here! 3 days ago
- RT @RebeccaSear: Cooperation Through Cultural Group Selection evolution-institute.org/cooperation-th… 3 days ago
- RT @MicheleJGelfand: On the need to calibrate our rule following and breaking to the level of threat, theconversation.com/as-states-reop… 3 days ago
- RT @psmaldino: How to translate a verbal theory into a formal model. I just uploaded this paper. Hopefully some people find it useful. Fe… 4 days ago