This wiki is a Learning Lab for Resiliency project. Its primary goal is to facilitate open planning for human adaptation to climate shift.
Samboji Lestari in Borneo is the best Greenprint example to date. This restored tropical rainforest integrates soil (land), plant diversity, local indigenous people, federal government, and a stable, non-polluting renewable economic resource.
- If your watershed is not already listed, please create a page for it using a local name and copypaste in the template. Use the template discussion page to make note of suggestions and revisions to the template.
- Samboja Lestari in Borneo is the best Greenprint example to date. This restored tropical rainforest integrates soil (land), plant diversity, local indigenous people, federal government, and a stable, non-polluting renewable economic resource.
- At a larger scale, Cuba is the only country currently living within two key parameters: “improving the quality of human life while living within the carrying capacity of supporting ecosystems, ”the two parameters of sustainability." See Learning from the Most Sustainable Place on Earth with Cuban Permaculturist Roberto Perez.
- Contact the wiki admin (email@example.com) to request an account so you can contribute to the wiki. Log in (sign up link is at the top right of this window), then create a profile for yourself by clicking your login name (again at the top right, after you're signed in), then clicking "edit this page". Give us some biographical information and tell us what skills you have that might be relevant here, so we'll know who to ask for help when we need it.
- Learn how this wiki works: check out the user's guide.
- Read and indicate your preferences for the Art Exception Clause, and see LLR Consent Forms.
Inspired by youth in Springfield, MA, this is a game that rewards players for many forms of social interaction. This Game with a Purpose (GWAP) needs a developer to write the initial scoring code and demonstrate proof-of-concept.
Administrative - see Participation, above, to request to join this Learning Lab for Resiliency wiki and contribute to bioregion planning in your area.
- Join the Google groups mailing list, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Figure out how to better administrate/organize this wiki. What else should go up here? Who should see it?
- Does this wiki need to display copyright info or other disclaimers, such as a Creative Commons or GPL footer? See the manual: http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Manual:Configuration_settings#Copyright
- Follow each other on Twitter
- Solicit help from other smart people.
- Develop LLR wiki community features and specific help/guidance.