The Resilience Webs are interactive digital maps of most environmental and social justice related organisations working within a certain area.
Produced in response to the lack of a holistic overview, the Resilience Web project is an effort to curate and maintain a meaningful visualisation that is both helpful and instructive to all those interested in making a positive difference in the areas of the environment and civil society. These webs, in the first instance, are a tool to help you find organisations to link with, volunteer at, or otherwise reach out too. We believe there is a lack of crosstalk and visibility between the multitude of place-based groups working towards the same common good. We hope to combat this in the long run.
The Cambridge Resilience Webs is a collaboration between volunteers at Transition Cambridge, Cambridge Doughnut, and the Interdisciplinary Research Hub in Sustainability & Conservation at Wolfson College, Cambridge.
Email: anna.mcivor at gmail.com
Email: sc-hub at wolfson.cam.ac.uk
Interdisciplinary Research Hub in Sustainability & Conservation (Wolfson College) https://www.wolfson.cam.ac.uk/sc-hub
Email: me at claratodd.com
Cambridge Doughnut Economics Action Group (CamDEAG)
Email: ismail.diner at gmail.com
Email: helen.cook at gmail.com
Transition Cambridge/University of Cambridge
Directory data collation
Email: lm687 at cam.ac.uk
University of Cambridge
Map developer/Uni-web originator
Email: melindarigby at gmail.com
Conveyor and coordinator
Email: meg.clarke at phonecoop.coop
Data collection/City-web originator
The Resilience Webs are non-comprehensive (currently). If you would like your organisation to be included, please submit it by clicking the "Propose new listing" button on the left sidebar on an individual web. All data has been collected from public domain information. We’ve done our best to ensure all information is correct and up to date but cannot guarantee it is 100% accurate 100% of the time. Any listed organisations can be removed as they wish at any time with proof of affiliation, please drop us an email (below). If you'd like to claim and maintain your own listing, please get in touch and we will give you access to the portal where you can do so at your convenience.
All code and data for the Resilience Web platform is open source on GitHub.
The Resilience Webs have been produced and are maintained in good faith for the betterment and productivity of those interested in civil society, social justice and the environment.
Contact us anytime: firstname.lastname@example.org