Collaborative Resilience

About: Crisis—whether natural disaster, technological failure, economic collapse, or shocking acts of violence— can offer opportunities for collaboration, consensus building, and transformative social change. Communities often experience a surge of collective energy and purpose in the aftermath of crisis. Rather than rely on government and private-sector efforts to deal with crises through prevention and mitigation, we can harness post-crisis forces for recovery and change through innovative collaborative planning.

November 2011 376 pp.,

$28.00/£19.95 (PAPER)
Short ISBN-10: 0-262-51645-4
ISBN-13: 978-0-262-51645-7

See the conceptual and theoretical research page for links to additional presentations.

Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network

See here for selected peer-reviewed publications.

fmt“Adopting a Learning Network Approach for Growing Fire
Adapted Communities ”
Fire Management Today
Vol 73, No 3; 2014.
By: Nick Goulette, Lynn Decker, Michelle Medley-Daniel,
and Bruce Evan Goldstein


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