Planning for rural resilience coping with climate change and energy futures 93 kala chakradhar associate professor department of community leadership human services murray state university ky 42071. Planning for rural resilience asks central questions about the nature of change and the ability to adapt in rural regions while change is often feared communities have capacity that can be rallied harnessed and turned towards planning policy and action that responds to threats to the future. The paperback of the planning for rural resilience coping with climate change and energy futures by wayne j caldwell at barnes noble free shipping shop the holiday gift guide. Planning for rural resilience coping with climate change and energy futures by wayne j caldwell ed 2015 university of manitoba press winnipeg mb 165 pp isbn 978 0 88755 780 4 the main focus of this edited collection is rural resiliency and the twin challenges of peak oil and climate change. Planning for rural resilience concerns itself with the issue of resilience in the face of dual threats of peak oil and climate change in rural canada published by the university of manitoba press planning presents 10 perspectives on building and developing more resilient rural communities
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