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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Recording resilience: Filmmaker shares Japan recovery experience
An Our World 2.0 filmmaker reflects on the recovery of tsunami-hit towns.
Researching resilience: Young scholars look to communities as classrooms
Students of the ProsPER.Net Young Researchers’ School studied first-hand how communities are boosting resilience.
Engaging indigenous peoples in global climate governance
Local knowledge and indigenous experience are crucial inputs for sound governance and climate change resilience.
Biocultural resilience for systems change
To ensure our own and our planet’s wellbeing, our actions must be guided by a holistic worldview based on valuing biocultural diversity and resilience.
Our cooperative Darwinian moment
Darwin tells us we must evolve or die. Can we adapt to scarcity and re-integrate ourselves within ecosystems in the decades ahead?
Deep roots of community resilience
The resilience of communities in Tohoku, Japan, is a lesson on what the rest of the world can do to prepare for disasters or extreme climate.
A critical mass for real food
The old slave plantation logic is still the logic of our industrial food system, 500 years in the making, but a new way of thinking is taking off.
Too many still struggling to meet food and nutrition goals
High food prices could prevent millions of people, particularly children, from escaping poverty and hunger.
Return to rural communities: Resilience over efficiency
The trickles of people leaving cities for rural areas might reflect a universal consciousness about what may be best for long term survival.
Put people at core of sustainable development: UN report
A new report by a high-level panel urges leaders to focus on the long-term resilience of planet and people.
Maya nut could boost resilience to climate change
The Maya nut is one of the few tree species able to adapt to predicted climate changes in tropical forests.
Transition Fujino — Prospects for a better future
The people of Transition Town Fujino seek ways of making their community resilient.
The complicated truth about sea level rise
Climate change is indeed happening and sea levels are rising. However, how this will affect the islanders of the world is a complicated story.
The great transition (beyond carbon)
The terminal depletion of major global energy reserves looms and may well signify the end of industrial civilization as we know it. High time for a Great Transition.
Resilient Bangladesh: Fishermen cope with rough seas
This video brief, the first in a 3-part series showcasing Bangladeshi resilience in coping with climate change, looks at a fisherman's struggle.
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