We’re excited to announce that our new site Resilience.org is live and ready for you to explore. Resilience.org will soon be the new home of Energy Bulletin, as we broaden our scope to provide tools to effect change.
brings together the Energy Bulletin team and authors, along with the treasure trove that is the complete archive of EB articles. It also adds a growing database of groups working on building resilience, as well as a community library of resources to enable the sharing of best practice among those groups.
Be assured that all the articles that normally appear on Energy Bulletin will continue to appear on Resilience.org. The reading experience for long-time followers of EB will not be that different. Disqus comments will follow shortly.
We hope you’ll like the look of the new site and find it easy to use, whether you just want to keep following our daily selection of articles and news, or if you’re ready to dig in to the resilience building section and share your groups and resources. Thanks to all of you who provided feedback on our ideas and plans. We appreciate your support.
The EB team
The switch to the new site will be a phased one. For the time being Resilience.org is still in its Beta testing phase. Energy Bulletin will continue to look the same and all new articles will appear at both sites.
The first thing to change at Energy Bulletin will be the Disqus comments, which will be closed down and moved over to Resilience.org.
In a few weeks time we will stop adding the new articles to Energy Bulletin and it will switch to being an archive site.
When we are ready, Energy Bulletin will be retired, but only once we have all of the legacy EB urls set to forward directly to the equivalent article at Resilience.org.