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The environmental NGO Ecotrust is searching for Resilience Fellow. The position is a one year post-doctoral or sabbatical fellowship located at their Portland, Oregon office. Details of the position and how to apply are below: Position Summary Ecotrust’s mission is … Continue reading
On Ecotrust’s People and Place, Howard Silverman articulates how climate change demonstrates how the earth has become a social-ecological systems, in which facts and values are entangled, and the future is full of various flavours of uncertainty. These concepts lurk … Continue reading
On the EcoTrust web magazine People and Place Howard Silverman compares Stewart Brand‘s concept of Pace Layering with Panarchy in Panarchy and Pace in the Big Back Loop: “The back loop is the time of the Long Now,” writes Resilience … Continue reading
EcoTrust‘s blog/web magazine People and Place first issue is on Resilience Thinking, and features a number of articles on resilience including a interview with Brian Walker. One interesting article proposes Six Habits of Highly Resilient Organizations: 1. Resilient organizations actively … Continue reading