Rigidity or poverty traps

Poverty and rigidity traps are configurations that control the evolution of adaptive cycles and SES dynamics.

Poverty and rigidity traps are configurations that control the evolution of adaptive cycles and SES dynamics.

In poverty traps connectedness and resilience are low and the potential for change is very limited.

Rigidity traps occur in systems with significant potential and high connectedness.

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