ability to "handle" a change/perturbation (even a Black Swan?)
- this could involve "returning to the original state"
- or changing without "damage" (Adaptable?)
- or should we aim for improvement from perturbation: Anti-Fragility?
Adapt to the Long Emergency?
http://wiki.ittc.ku.edu/resilinets_wiki/index.php/ResiliNets_Architecture Network design strategy - but with a bias toward expection of ability to "return to original state"
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychological_resilience Self Improvement
Urban Design: Resilient Community
- increase Slack
- Loosely Coupled
- AlternateHardAndSoftLayers (Layer) - WikiWikiWeb:AlternateHardAndSoftLayers
- SmallWorld, Civil Society, Social Capital, Disaster Response...
The workbook wiki is based on Version 1.0 of the Practitioner's workbook "Assessing and Managing Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems" http://wiki.resalliance.org/index.php/Main_Page
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