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Philippines Resilience System Working Group

The mission of this working group is to articulate and shape issues of resilience and sustainability in the Philippines as they may be implemented as reforms of current policies, as well as contemplate and make recommendations for more extensive critiques and proposals for state and local systems transformation, as may be necessary or desirable beyond the scope of traditional reforms being undertaken by the current national government of the Philippines and local government proposals in the Philippine Islands.

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Australia Resilience System Working Group

The mission of this working group is to articulate and shape issues of resilience and sustainability in Australia as they may be implemented as reforms of current policies, as well as contemplate and make recommendations for more extensive critiques and proposals for state and local systems transformation, as may be necessary or desirable beyond the scope of traditional reforms being undertaken by the current Australian national government and Australian local government proposals.

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Hawaii Resilience Network Working Group

The mission of this working group is to articulate and shape issues of a secure, sustainable and resilient Hawaii as we move forward with global change. Considerations for government, public sector, and private sector transformation include: current policy reform, new policy proposals, critiques and potential solutions, assessments, new technology and traditional wisdom.

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The U.S. Resilience System

The U.S. Resilience System is a society-wide initiative with the goal of improving the health, well-being, and prosperity of American citizens and their communities, within the United States and abroad, during this period of fundamental change. During the 20th Century, American systems, built upon a reductionist science base, economic base dependent upon inexpensive fossil fuels, and industrial age technologies had competitive advantages and made widespread positive impact throughout the world. Unfortunately, today, many of these same systems are now antiquated, not well adapted the 21st Century social ecologies, and are finding it ever more difficult to successfully meet the challenges we now face. A U.S. Resilience System is emerging to step into the breach to address the gaps that are widening in association with 20th Century infrastructures and institutions that are falling behind in meeting the needs of Americans.

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