Early warning signs: maths and sudden shifts

July 29, 2012 Get Resilient 0

Contributor: George Sugihara Rapid shifts are the hallmarks of climate change, epileptic seizures, financial crises and fishery collapses. Deep mathematical principles tie these events together. At a closed meeting held in Boston in October 2009, […]

Crafting resilient health systems: an introduction

July 20, 2012 Get Resilient 0

Contributor: Dan Bednarz During the 20th century, an indispensable yet unrecognised factor allowed the health sciences to attain dizzying levels of organisational complexity and achieve countless life saving and prolonging breakthroughs. The health professions drew upon […]

Resilience not just about prevent collapse; it finds innovation in the ashes of crises

July 16, 2012 Get Resilient 0

Contributor: Will Bugler The news wires were a-buzz last month as they excitedly announced that scientists have found the Higgs Boson, which is known as THE GOD PARTICLE and was found by crashing atoms together in […]

Putting resilience at the heart of development

July 13, 2012 Get Resilient 0

Contributor: Helen Clark The world’s population today is healthier, wealthier, and better educated than ever before. Yet, despite incredible progress, disconcerting realities stubbornly persist. Many people still live in extreme poverty, even where economies are growing […]