Frequently Asked Questions
Community Resilience is the sustained ability of a community to use available resources (energy, water, communication, transportation, food, etc.) to respond to, withstand, and recover from adverse situations (e.g. floods, bushfires, economic collapse to global catastrophic risks).
Community Regeneration is the community's ability to seed new ideas and ways of working, in order to continue to survive and thrive in restricted environments. Those restricted environments can be financial, social, environmental and/or as a result of a crisis in climate or health.
Community led regeneration projects also focus on supporting capacity building and development of local community groups and their projects, in addition to regenerating the vital functions of a community following a crisis.