We live in a time of tremendous political, environmental, and economic upheaval with many of us wondering, “But what can I do?”
The Surf Coast Energy Group (SCEG) has invested in an initiative to make this easy for all Surf Coast Shire and Greater Geelong residents. Sign up today to receive directly to your phone the acclaimed Think Resilience program.
Think Resilience introduces you to a SYSTEMS approach to problem solving that delivers better outcomes for the environment, liveability and our local economy.
Over a 12 week period you will receive 22 short easy to understand videos via SMS.
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About Think Resilience
Developed by the Post Carbon Institute (PCI), Think Resilience consists of 22 short videos, (between 7 and 15 minutes long), and explores the interrelated crises of the 21st century, and what we as citizens, students, and community leaders can do to respond to them.
Presented by Richard Heinberg in a simple and straightforward manner Think Resilience will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the complex issues we face, introduce you to systems thinking and resilience science, and give you concrete ideas and strategies for how to engage in building the resilience of your own community.
Image: Richard Heinberg, one of the world’s leading experts on the urgency and challenges of moving society away from fossil fuels.
Current situation in Surf Coast Shire
Many planning issues are coming into play that will greatly influence the future direction of Torquay and the Surf Coast shire municipality. Therefore, focus for Community Action should be:
Think Resilience SMS/Video program overview
Our Converging Crisis
Introduction; an overview of the Think Resilience course
Population and Consumption
The Roots and Results of our Crises
Political and Economic Management
Thinking in Systems
Shifting Cultural Stories
Culture Change and Neuroscience
What is Resilience
Community Resilience in the 21st Century
Six Foundations for Building Community Resilience
Economy and Society
How Globalization undermines Resilience
Basic Needs and Functions
Meeting Essential Community Needs
Resilience in Major Sectors
Review, Assessment and Action