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Resilience in 6 icons


I’ve been brainstorming with folks at the Stockholm Resilience Centre (big thanks to Garry Peterson) to come up with 6 iconic objects that illustrate 6 key qualities of resilient systems.

Editorial Notes: Would love to hear readers' ideas for icons - Simone

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