Resilience

The new normal will be something that we think is normal, but will be totally abnormal…

Creeping normalcy is a term used to describe how gradual changes can be accepted as the normal situation if these changes happen slowly, or incrementally. Jared Diamond made the term 'creeping normalcy' popular in his Pulitzer prize winning book, Collapse - How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed. Diamond outlines how Politicians use the term ‘creeping normalcy’ to refer to such slow trends concealed within noisy fluctuations. 

Rethinking Food Production in Australia in Face of the Climate Change

Article by: Andrew Martin author of, Rethink... Your World, Your Future and Director of Rethink Consulting

2018 saw significant drought affect Europe, Argentina, South Africa and much of Australia. It is estimated the economic cost of the Australian drought could be as much as $12 billion.

Article by: Andrew Martin author of, Rethink... Your World, Your Future and Director of Rethink Consulting

What do you think is the most important inventions of the twentieth century? Among some of the most common answers include, aeroplanes, nuclear energy, space flight, television, computers, the iPhone. Find out what innovation has changed the world possibly more than any other...

How Resilient is Your Community?

Article by: Andrew Martin author of, Rethink... Your World, Your Future and Director of Rethink Consulting

We are living through interesting, uncertain and challenging times. This period of transition will present challenges and opportunities for business, individuals, society and communities. While the problems are daunting there are solutions. We already have the tools, resources and collective knowledge to facilitate significant change and redesign how we live to become more resilient.