Videos: the Human Dimensions of Resilient and Sustainable Communities

Jennifer Hirsch at the 2013 Climate, Cities and Behavior symposiumFostering the development of ‘we’-oriented social resilience… peer pressure as a force for positive behavior change… unmitigated disaster among disenfranchised communities… making a moral call to action on climate disruption… a tool kit for city bicycling adoption… collaborative governance…. In March, the Garrison Institute hosted the second annual Climate, Cities and Behavior symposium, on the theme The Human Dimensions of Resilient and Sustainable Communities: People, Organizations and Networks. The meeting drew from the expertise of social science researchers and the successful efforts of leaders addressing climate, energy, and other sustainability issues in a diverse set of communities. Presentations and discussions focused on building innovative strategies that are inclusive, compelling, and informed by social science principles. Watch the videos…

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