Table 2. Dimensions of community resilience.

Community resources, and the development and engagement of these Includes human, social, natural, political, cultural, economic resources, and the way in which these are made use of in a community
Community networks Family and neighborhood networks and other more or less organized networks
Institutions and services Including formal and informal organizations, rules in use, norms, and values
People–place connections People’s attachment to place which influences their local engagement. Places represent history, past experiences, culture, traditions, and landscapes.
Active agents Individuals who take on an active role and show strong engagement in community activities. The leadership portrayed by active agents is not necessarily linked to formal appointments.
Learning Learning from experiences and acting on this knowledge, single- and double-loop learning.