Tag Archives: Resilience

Building Resilience in Youth after Recent Storms and Other Adverse Events

By Marion M. Walsh, Esq., Littman Krooks LLP Many of us still lack power and heat after the storm and many schools are still not open.  In addition,  students and school staff are facing continued fear and anxiety after the … Continue reading

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Resilience project (a belated apology)

Cutting-edge research in the last 20 years has finally proven Freud right, at least in his original insight.  Early childhood experiences can alter a persons entire life course, and even lifespan.  Children who suffer adverse experiences – including neglect or … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger Ken Alex: Resilience and Adaptation

[This is the seventh post in a series expressing my view of why California’s actions on climate change are so important and how they will change the world. The introductory post provides an overview and some general context.] Climate change has arrived.  … Continue reading

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Japan and the Resilience of Wind Power

Although this blog focuses on the United States Offshore Wind industry, things occasionally happen outside of the United States that warrant coverage here. For those of us watching from the safety of the Western Hemisphere, the horrific destruction caused by … Continue reading

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