We are a social purpose business who assist Landowners, Communities, Businesses, and others by delivering practical, economic, sustainable solutions to increase Resilience to the effects of climate change and resource depletion. Read more
We believe that the best way to realise renewable energy potential is to develop a fair and equitable relationship between the landowner, the developer and the local community. Read more
We can be your inspiring partner in a changing climate. Read more
register interest by emailing REACR@theresiliencecentre.co.uk
Further information about the Alvington project, which The Resilience Centre manages on behalf of REACR (A community benefit society), can be found at www.resilientenergy.co.uk/REACR.
Appeal re planning permission for a 500kW community wind turbine at Severndale Farm was unsuccessful.
REACR adds a second wind turbine to its community owned renewables portfolio through the acquisition of Resilient Energy Great Dunkilns (St Briavels).
St Andrews Church Alvington receives £500 from REACR towards the repair and overhaul of the church clock.
We believe that the best way to realise renewable energy potential is to develop a fair and equitable relationship between the landowner, the developer and the local community. We have developed a pioneering and award winning community energy model called Resilient Energy and work in a number of partnerships..
Is your business ready for the future in a changing climate? How sustainable are your current resource supply chains? Are you making the most of business opportunities? How are you assessing and managing business vulnerabilities and risks? We are experienced in assisting forward looking businesses and can tailor services to your specific requirements.
We can help your Community or Local Authority plan for and adapt to climate change and diminishing resources and increase resilience. We do this by practical project delivery – eg Resilient Energy partnership projects, and assistance with feasibility and strategy development.
We can assist landowners and those responsible for land portfolios with the sustainable management and enhancement of natural resources, land, biodiversity, ecosystems and their functions to meet future needs whilst helping to reduce carbon emissions and building resilience to climate change through adaptation and strategic planning.
Our woodlands are important natural resources and can play a vital role in mitigating and adapting to climate change. We can provide practical advice and guidance on how to sustain and enhance your woodlands through active management for woodland resilience, providing opportunities for both biodiversity benefit and sustainable wood products.
Sustainable water resource management is a key part of a resilient future all too evident in recent events both in the UK and elsewhere. Planning for and adapting to increased risk of flooding due to climate change is already an essential need.
The capacity of a system to tolerate and adapt to changes or disturbances and continue to function in good heart.Increased Resilience requires a holistic appreciation of complex environmental, social and economic systems, their diversity and feedbacks and how these may be affected by change.
If you are a land owner, business or community interested in establishing a Resilient Energy partnership with The Resilience Centre, we would be delighted to hear from you.Contact Us