Tag Archives: resilience

Sustainable Suburbs, First of Many?

Resilient communities, and resilience as key to a new homeland security strategy and independence of foreign sources of energy, materials, and more, has been an interest of mine for some time. I just recently finished a paper for grad school … Continue reading

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Nuclear Resilience

This is something for John Robb, proof of the ongoing trend of community resilience. Will be interesting to see how/if this pans out. Nuclear power plants smaller than a garden shed and able to power 20,000 homes will be on … Continue reading

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Hydroelectric Surprise

With all the talk of alternative energy and whether it is indeed a viable replacement for other conventional sources like coal and oil, one interesting case comes to mind. So readers, without looking in Google, Wikipedia or any other source, … Continue reading

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