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The Next Big Thing: Resilience


Jamais Cascio


Foreign Policy

April 21, 2009

If the financial crisis has taught us anything, it is that brittle systems can fail catastrophically. With increasing fervor since the 1980s, sustainability has been the watchword of scientists, environmental activists, and indeed all those concerned about the complex, fragile systems on the sphere we inhabit. It has shaped debates about business, design, and our lifestyles.


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Posted by bryce  on  04/21  at  02:22 PM

Since resilience is so important, it would benefit your readers if you could share some success stories. Thanks!






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