Community-Building and Resilient Living

The below resources are dedicated to creative and committed change towards resilient living

Thriving Resilience: http://thrivingresilience.org/

This website is a “connector” meta-network hub co-hosted by a collaborative of movement leaders, telling the story and weaving the collective wisdom of the field. It is intended to inspire and inform resilience change agents and to catalyze stronger coherence and collaboration within the North American meta-movement.

City Repair: http://www.cityrepair.org/

The City Repair Project is group of citizen activists creating public gathering places and helping others to creatively transform the places where they live.

The Ecology Center: http://ecologycenter.org/

The Ecology Center is a 43-year-old nonprofit organization, located in Berkeley, California, that focuses on the environmental impacts of urban residents. We address issues through educating, creating community momentum, building infrastructure to make change easy, and spreading positive solutions through convening and advocacy. Our core issues include waste and consumerism, food and farming, climate change prevention and resiliency, and sustainable living. – See more at: http://ecologycenter.org/about/#sthash.RUGz5lhy.dpuf

 Bay Localize: http://www.baylocalize.org/

Bay Localize inspires and supports community leaders in building equitable, resilient communities. We confront the challenges of climate instability, rising energy costs, and recession by boosting regional capacity to provide for everyone’s needs, sustainably and equitably. We achieve this by equipping local leaders with flexible tools, models, and policies that strengthen their communities.