Resilience thinking is a complement to sustainability, not a substitute.
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The time has come for us to collectively reexamine — and ultimately move past — the concept of sustainability.
An important part of many worldviews are key words that embody guiding principles. Freedom, liberty and justice represent three such words in the US, and in this post I’d like to explore a few that act as guiding principles in more limited contexts: sustainability, resilience and …
Climate change is carbon, hunger is carbon, money is carbon, politics is carbon, land is carbon, we are carbon.
How can the permaculture approach can be applied to creating value -- aka, capital -- across the full spectrum of our lives?
The idea that nothing exists in isolation−but only as part of a system−has long been embedded in folklore, religious scriptures, and common sense.
Resilience is about the capacity of a system to be able to respond to change.
What is resilience and why do we need it?
It is no wonder that there was a new energy in the debate concerning the question of resilience, and how to ensure that if -- and when -- such disasters arrive again, we are more prepared.
Building resilience into our food systems is fundamental, if society is to adapt to the consequences of climate change.