The Bioregional Planning for Resilient Rural Communities Network is an international network of interdisciplinary researchers and practitioners committed to:
- understanding the role that bioregional and systems strategies can play in supporting rural Northern communities
- activating those strategies in an intentional, place-based way to promote resilience in the face of climate change and other disruptive events.
The UArctic Bioregional Planning for a Resilient Rural Communities thematic network will serve as an interdisciplinary platform by which institutions and local communities can leverage bioregional planning strategies and tool kits to support resilient rural communities in the North.
Bioregional Planning for Resilient Rural Communities Resources Page:
This page is an invitation to learn more about bioregional approaches to building sustainable communities, environments and economies in the North through story maps, articles, and projects.