Monthly Archives: April 2020

Comments on student experience of the Resilience for Climate Change course

Thank you for the semester! I really enjoyed learning from a teacher who is as passionate about their subject as you are. I never had the opportunity to study climate change before and it was a real eye opener. I admire that you live by what you preach! The conversation of climate change has been […]

Environmental Destruction Brought Us COVID-19

There are millions of viruses and bacteria out there that reside in wild animals and can potentially infect humans, and these emerging diseases are on the rise everywhere as humans disrupt ecosystems and exploit animal habitat across the globe. We are living in an age of pandemics, and the next one — let’s call it […]

Why The Solutions To Coronavirus And Climate Change Are The Same

This week we spoke with a doctor about why protecting the environment will not only make us healthier but also better equipped to take on future pandemics. Spread the word


Hello Members, this is not directly related to resilience but might be still of interest to some of us. I just finished this document for the company I am working for, D&G Accounting Services and they are making this available to the public. This a a complete list of Availability, Description, Qualification/ Eligibility Requirements  and […]

A Safe and Just Space for Humanity

Instead of focusing on the growth of the economy, Kate Raworth focuses on a model where there can be ensured that everyone on earth has access to their basic needs, such as adequate food and education, while not limiting opportunities for future generations by protecting our ecosystem. Spread the word