A friend in need is a friend indeed: an appreciation letter to our 2020 reviewers and guest editors

    Dear SEPR friends,

    Your names are on our 2020 honor roll (see Table 1) because you are admired members of our SEPR community who offered generous and timely help when we were in desperate need in 2020. With your help, our community knowledge garden remained open and continued to harvest intellectual fruits in a world of lockdown, slowdown, and degrowth.Footnote 1

    Table 1 The 2020 honor roll of SEPR reviewers and guest editors

    The COVID-19 pandemic militates against human life but cannot erode humanistic spirit of helping one another. You have proved it with your compassionate, expeditious act.

    We thank you and wish you and your loved ones a safe, healthy, and productive 2021!

    Wei-Ning Xiang, PhDs

    The founding editor in chief (wxiang@uncc.edu)

    On behalf of the SEPR editorial team

    Notes

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      The metaphor “SEPR is a community knowledge garden” first appeared in “A tribute to our inaugural year reviewers” (The Editors of Socio-Ecological Practice Research 2020, p. 129)

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    1. The Editors of Socio-Ecological Practice Research (2020) A tribute to our inaugural year reviewers. Socio Ecol Pract Res 2(1):129–130. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42532-020-00041-8

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