Resilience is one of the words frequently heard in discussions about water resources. But what does it actually mean? It’s important to have a...

Resilience is one of the words frequently heard in discussions about water resources. But what does it actually mean? It’s important to have a...Resilience is one of the words frequently heard in discussions about water resources. But what does it actually mean? It’s important to have a common understanding of resilience, particularly as climate change accelerates water challenges and resilience becomes a critical goal, according to the Pacific Institute’s Jason Morrison, President, and Heather Cooley, Director of Research. In this episode they discuss the organization’s new definition of resilience as the ability of water systems to function so that nature and people, including those on the frontlines and disproportionately impacted, thrive under shocks, stresses, and change. Jason and Heather also talk about dimensions of resilience, the difference from sustainability and security, and ways that communities should take action. https://bit.ly/WaterloopResilience