The concept of a climate-resilient economy appeared prominently in the 2015 economic considerations in the context of the Paris Agreement. However, the very concept of resiliency emerged in the 1970s in ecological research and was also widely considered from the perspective of socio-economic development. This paper presents the objectives of the European Union policy related to the
creation of climate-resilient economies and the rationale behind the concept of resiliency. This analysis seeks to reveal differences between the resilient-oriented strategies of local rural communities in developed countries, based on the example of bioenergy villages, and in less-developed countries, using the example of reintroduced traditional farming. This research reveals the key strategies and benefits generated by the particular local communities.
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