10 Practical Tools for a Resilient Local Economy

May 13, 2013 at 10:43 am Leave a comment


We are living in extraordinary times. Economic “growth” — particularly as we have known it for the past 30 to 80 years — is history. With constrained energy supplies, the weird weather of climate change, and the wild ride of economic contraction, the new future is going to be very different. ECONOMIC RESILIENCE means building up our “bounce-back-ability” – putting in place the local resources and social interconnections that will help us flex and adapt with whatever the future throws our way. Ten practical tools are HERE.

Entry filed under: Business, Economy, Relocalization, Resilience.

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