- Rick Bonetti
Resilience Hubs in Rogue Valley
Updated: Jan 24
"For the past year, Rogue Climate has been researching what it means to build and maintain resilience hubs, while fostering community resilience in Jackson County and beyond."
Rogue Climate's new webpage offers access to resources and tools to explore and build local resilience that is made by the community, for the community:
The 2021 Community Resilience Survey questions & full results
A downloadable flyer with general information about resilience hubs
A running list of resources to help get a resilience hub started and maintained
A Guidebook that describes the process of how to build a resilience hub in a community, including definitions, examples, graphics, reflection questions, and further tools that can be used along the journey towards greater community resilience.
"Resilience hubs are geared to the day-to-day wellbeing of a community to not just survive but thrive. These hubs are community-based locations that nourish existing relationships and trust in the community to help prepare for the impacts of climate change and other disruptions."
Being resilient as a community means being able to respond to, withstand, and recover from disruptions and challenges to daily life. It also means adapting and growing to be prepared together for an ever-changing world. ~ Rogue Climate
Rogue Climate brought communities together to stop the Jordan Cove LNG export terminal and transition to renewable energy.
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