Community Resilience and Environmental Transitions by Geoff Wilson

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By Geoff Wilson

This e-book discusses the resilience of groups in either constructed and constructing international contexts. It investigates the inspiration of ‘resilience’ and the demanding situations confronted by means of neighborhood groups world wide to accommodate disturbances (natural risks or human-made) which may threaten their long term survival. utilizing worldwide examples, particular emphasis is put on how studying approaches, traditions, rules and politics impact the resilience of groups and what constraints and possibilities exist for groups to elevate resilience levels.

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