DR. NASREEN HOSSAIN
RESHMA TALUKDER TOMA
BANIK SANCHAREE SRISHTY
KH WALID MAHMUD
There is still a great of abstract discussion and debate regarding a number of subtle nuances associated with the precise definition of the resilience perspective, such as its relation to adaptation, the extent to which it should encompass actor-based versus systems-based approaches to improving stability, and its relationship with the balance of nature theory or homeostatic equilibrium view of ecological systems. However, the crying need of it doesn’t really need to find its true evaluation but its implementation.
Us being a very well oiled adapting machine is a major yellow boundary for resilience. Every one loves instant feedback rather than long term results. As a result, in most cases only solutions that works for a few phases are being practised. Mankind has failed to acknowledge nature’s resilency while establishing the infrastructures. They have imposed more burdens on its ecosystem that its capacity. Hence instead of reaping the benefits from the system, we are facing its adverse effects.
To create resilience at its highest effects long term planning, changing the mindset of the habitat, changing the socio-economic systems for betterment are very much needed.
Approaching the project with the provided analysis and documents, we felt the need of pulling the strings of most of the major systems of the village: The socio- economic typology, climatic issues, cultural isssues, their mindset etc. Although major changes were not possible in all the fields, slight retouch is done as much as possible for betterment of the habitats.