Communities That Work 2012 part 2

In addition to my last post about Communities That Work, which focuses on community interiors, here’s a breath of what supports resilient community exteriors:

“Rebuilding local agriculture and food production, localizing energy production, rethinking healthcare, rediscovering local building materials in the context of zero energy building, rethinking how we manage waste, all build resilience and offer the potential of an extraordinary renaissance – economic, cultural and spiritual.”

Rob Hopkins – The Transition Handbook

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