How do we transport ourselves and goods in a future with less energy?
How will we feed our Communities in the future?
How do we adapt to having less energy and where will it come from?
Find your communities resilience indicators
Resilience is the ability of a system or community to withstand impacts from outside. An indicator is a way of measuring that. Conventionally, the principle way of measuring a reducing carbon footprint is CO2 emissions. However cutting carbon while failing to build resilience is an insufficient response when you're trying to address both peak oil and climate change. So how might you be able to tell that the resilience of your community is increasing? Resilience indicators might look at the following:
Taking stock of Local skills and resources. You must start building a picture of your communities local resources Current and potential availability Current and potential requirements – will be key to creating a realistic EDAP. Please Join the skills network of Transition Town Tralee.