Maintain diversity and redundancy (Building resilience: Principle 1)


“Systems with many different components (e.g. species, actors, or sources of knowledge) are generally more resilient than systems with few components. ¬†Redundancy provides ‘insurance’ within a system by allowing some components to compensate for the loss or failure of others. ¬†Redundancy is even more valuable if the components providing the redundancy also react differently to … Continue reading Maintain diversity and redundancy (Building resilience: Principle 1)