Resilience has become the central theme in much of the thinking, planning and response to all manner of unforeseen or catastrophic events disrupting or damaging our communities, particularly in this epoch of climate change disorder. But it is a term that suffers from simplistic or inconsistent understanding – from ‘bounce back’ or rebound-recover, to adaption or transformation; and approaches ranging from engineering to social-ecological orientations.

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