The SWIMM framework for conceptualizing human well-being and protocol for selecting social indicators are informing other projects. We link to those we know of here.
Several members of the SWIMM team (Carothers, Breslow, and Poe) are participating in the State of Alaska Salmon and People (SASAP) Round 2, Working Group 2: “Well-Being and Alaska Salmon Systems,” led by Rachel Donkersloot from the Alaska Marine Conservation Council. The goal of this project is to apply well-being concepts to improve the social sustainability of Alaska salmon systems. The group is identifying local definitions of human well-being, how salmon contributes to well-being, and which areas of well-being need to be better understood and improved in the Alaska salmon management context.