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Using the author's extensive experience of advising public, private and non-profit sectors on personal, organization, and community behavioral and systems change knowledge and tools, this book applies a new lens to the question of how to respond to climate change. It offers a scientifically rigorous understanding of the negative mental health and psychosocial impacts of climate change and argues that overlooking these issues will have very damaging consequences. The practical assessment of various methods to build human resilience offered by Transformational Resilience then makes a powerful case for the need to quickly expand beyond emission reductions and hardening physical infrastructure to enhance the capacity of individuals and groups to cope with the inevitable changes affecting all levels of society.

Publisher: Greenleaf Publishing in association with GSE Research

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pp. i-xiv(14)
Author: Doppelt, Bob

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Building Transformational Resilience in organizations
pp. 205-255(51)
Author: Doppelt, Bob

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Building Transformational Resilience in communities
pp. 256-300(45)
Author: Doppelt, Bob

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pp. 317-354(38)
Author: Doppelt, Bob

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