viraday cost These are links to some interesting ongoing projects related to rural and climate resiliency:
- Oxfam’s R4: The Rural Resilience Initiative – A joint project with the UN World Food Project to empower rural households with integrated risk management tools
- A framework for resilience-based governance of social-ecological systems – a paper suggesting guiding principles for legal change to support management of human-environmental interaction under challenging conditions
- Get Resilient in An Unstable World – a web-magazine that shares insights and ideas that have the potential to change the way we live and create a world that is responsive to shock and is able to rebuild and transform.
- Acclimatise: building climate resilience – a specialist consulting, communications and digital application company providing expertise in climate change adaptation and risk management.
- Aboriginal Disaster Resilience Planning – a user-friendly guide to help Aboriginal communities develop a plan to increase their resilience.
- Rural Disaster Resilience Planning – a user-friendly guide to help rural, remote and coastal communities develop a plan to increase their resilience.
- Canada’s Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction – Canada’s Platform seeks to build a sense of national, cross-sectoral ownership in the disaster risk reduction process through coordinated leadership and action.
- Canadian Risks and Hazards Network – The CRHNet is a not-for-profit organization established in 2003 to promote and strengthen disaster risk reduction and emergency management in Canada.
- Resilience In a Watershed Governance Context: a Primer – From the POLIS project, this is meant as a first step in establishing resources that practitioners can turn to when applying resilience thinking to watershed governance.
- Indigenous knowledge key to strengthening Disaster Risk Reduction – A Blog Post from Tina Pelletier, Prince Albert Grand Council