Building Resilience, Part 2 (Issue 36.2)

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Andrew McMurry, Associate Professor of English Language and Literature at the University of Waterloo writes in "the Rhetoric of Resilience" that "In a world that runs on persuasion, the green movement would be wise to re-examine its use of language". (1m05s - 21m06s dur: 20m05s)

And in his second "What's the Big Idea" commentary, Alternatives Editorial Board member Robert Gibson takes aim at Simplicity. (21m14s - 27m29s, dur: 6m14s)

Listen to part one for Executive Editor Nicola Ross in conversation with the father of resilience in ecological thinking, Buzz Holling

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