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Cognitive Dissonance and Climate Change

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The Case for Building Resilience  Article by Andrew Martin, author of Rethink…Your world, Your future. I want to start with a disclaimer, I am not a scientist or a climate expert. I have had the good fortune of working with, and having access to, many of the leading investors and analysts in the financial markets for over […]

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Is Your Community Resilient?

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Article by: Andrew Martin author of, Rethink… Your World, Your Future and Director of Rethink Consulting How resilient is your community? Whether it is natural disasters, economic instability, resource constraints or unpredictable and damaging climatic events, the need for local resilience is becoming increasingly apparent today. We have moved from a relatively local economy to a largely global economy. Supply […]

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Living the Change

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About the Film Sometimes it can feel like the environmental, economic and social issues the world is currently facing are too big, too overwhelming, to be dealt with by individuals. Climate change, resource limits, economic downturn, social disconnection. Surely these issues can only be properly managed by our governments? Living the Change explores solutions to the […]

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How Resilient is YOUR Community?

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Article by: Andrew Martin author of, Rethink… Your World, Your Future and Director of Rethink Consulting How resilient is your community? Whether it is natural disasters, economic instability, resource constraints or unpredictable and damaging climatic events, the need for local resilience is becoming increasingly apparent today. We have moved from a relatively local economy to a largely global economy. Supply […]

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Rethinking Food Production in Australia in Face of the Climate Change

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Article by: Andrew Martin author of, Rethink… Your World, Your Future and Director of Rethink Consulting Rethinking Food Production in Australia in Light of the Climate Change  “Whether it is natural disasters, economic instability, resource constraints or unpredictable and damaging climatic events, the need for local resilience is becoming increasingly evident today. We have moved from a relatively localised economy […]

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The Most Important Innovation in the 20th Century (Has made us less resilient)

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The Most Important Innovation of the 20th Century  (Has Made us Less Resilient!)  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. […]

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Regenerative Ag Climate Solutions

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Greg and Rachel Hart and family The family has planted more than 85,000 trees around the farm. The Hart family might run a commercial beef and sheep station, but their goal is to create paradise on earth for their community, and they’ve been inspired by one of the most famous farmers in the world. He’s […]

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10 Reasons to Build Resilience NN

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10 Reasons to Build Community Resilience “Whether it is natural disasters, economic instability, resource constraints or unpredictable and damaging climatic events, the need for local resilience is becoming increasingly evident today. We have moved from a relatively localized economy to a largely global economy. Supply chain disruptions and geopolitical events make this system interdependent and highly […]

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10 Reasons to Build Resilience

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“Whether it is natural disasters, economic instability, resource constraints or unpredictable and damaging climatic events, the need for local resilience is becoming increasingly evident today. We have moved from a relatively localised economy to a largely global economy. Supply chain disruptions and geopolitical events make this system interdependent and highly vulnerable.“    Rethink Consulting Resilience […]

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The Real Energy Story

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Article by:  Gail Tvberg from Our Finite World The “standard” approach is to start from the amount of resources that we have of a particular type, for example, oil in the ground, and see how far these resources will go. Growing development of technology seems to allow increasing amounts of these resources to be extracted. Thus, […]