We explore how people are interwoven with their materialised environment through various practices and how social institutions emerge and change during these processes. The main aims of ReForm are:
- stimulate a multidisciplinary theoretical debate,
- to broaden the understanding of single case studies through a multi-perspective approach, and
- develop medium-range theories of resources and socio-ecological transformations and apply them to different empirical datasets using proven methods such as agent-based modelling.