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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Resilient Against What?: How Leading U.S. Municipalities Are Understanding and Acting on Resilience

Title:
Resilient Against What?: How Leading U.S. Municipalities Are Understanding and Acting on Resilience

Abstract:
Resilience is often understood simply as the ability to "bounce back" from a single disaster like a hurricane or earthquake. This survey commissioned by Post Carbon Institute found that leading US municipalities already have a much more sophisticated understanding of resilience involving economic, energy, and social challenges--and they're putting it into action through policies, regulations, and programs.

URL:
http://www.postcarbon.org/report/1890087-resilient-against-what-how-leading-u-s

Source:
Post Carbon Institute

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
2013

Associated Sectors:

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