Resilience 2:1 Conversation

This ecologist was told she could keep her natural garden. Here’s why she’s fighting city hall anyway

Nina-Marie Lister, an ecology and urban planning professor at Ryerson University, says she never asked for an exemption and she rejects it. Instead, she and her lawyer are arguing that the bylaw itself is unconstitutional and outdated, saying it goes against the city’s own pollinator protection and biodiversity strategies.


Some thoughts on Resilience 2:1

It’s a conversation starter so the first target has to be media/conference/press opportunities. It’s also a challenge to collaborate with agencies with the interest/knowledge to enhance the measuring process. It’s an argument which encourages rebuttal/discussion/debate etc. but ultimately stands fast on its approach . I think it’s a winner for anyone who wants to take […]


Resilient recovery

Resilience 2:1 organization is now signatory of the Resilient Recovery


Daring Cities 2020


Planetary ‘safety net’ could halt wildlife loss and slow climate breakdown

World leaders are preparing to join a key summit on biodiversity amid mounting evidence that governments are failing to halt the unprecedented loss of species around the world. Reminder we are having Resilience 2 to 1 Board Meeting later today!


Happiness before economic growth

Deep in the Himalayas, on the border between China and India, lies the Kingdom of Bhutan, which has pledged to remain carbon neutral for all time. In this illuminating talk, Bhutan’s Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay shares his country’s mission to put happiness before economic growth and set a world standard for environmental preservation.


New Climate Maps

In the case of extreme warming (represented as RCP 8.5), the niche moves sharply toward Canada, leaving much of the lower half of the U.S. too hot or dry for the type of climate humans historically have lived in. Both scenarios suggest massive upheavals in where Americans currently live and grow food.


The Global Climate Conference in Education 2020

As Resilience 2 to 1 Group is a valuable Signatory of the Global Climate Letter for Universities and Colleges (recognised partner to the Race to Zero by UNFCCC), we would like to personally invite you to attend The Global Climate Conference in Education 2020.