Nimbin Catastrophe Management PermaRescue


PermaRescue Course Curricullum
Paul Nimbahly

PART 1
1.0 RISK ASSESSMENT / CATASTROPHE DESIGN
1.1
Introduction
1.2 Ethics: duty of care
1.3 Methods of design, systems thinking
1.4 Patterns in nature; periodicity
1.5 Risk identification
1.6 Information resources
1.7 Process / content
1.8 Cause and effect
1.9 Future trendsand potential threats
1.10 Implications for design

2.0 NATURAL RISKS

2.1 FIRE EFFECTS
2.1.1
Introduction
2.1.2 Wildfires
2.1.3 Bush fires
2.1.3 Grassfires
2.1.4 Sub-terrainean fires
2.1.5 Vegetation effect
2.1.6 Slope effect
2.1.7 Ember effects
2.1.8 Flame effects
2.1.9 Radiation effects
2.1.10 Secondary effects
2.1.11 Risk assessment
2.1.12 Design applications
2.1.13 Designers'checklist

2.2 WIND EFFECTS
2.2.1
Introduction
2.2.2 Landscape effect
2.2.3 Vegetation effect
2.2.4 Tropical cyclones, hurricanes, typhoons
2.2.5 Tornadoes
2.2.6 Gale force winds
2.2.7 Dust, sand storms
2.2.8 Air- borne pollutants
2.2.9 Air-borne pests
2.2.10 Secondary effects
2.2.11 Risk assessment
2.2.12 Design Applications
2.2.13 Designers' checklist

2.3 EARTH EFFECTS
2.3.1
Introduction
2.3.2 Geographical effects
2.3.3 Earthquakes
2.3.4 Landslides
2.3.5 Volcanoes
2.3.6 Global warming, drought effects
2.3.7 Pests
2.3.8 Extra terrestrial effects
2.3.9 Secondary effects
2.3.10 Risk assessment
2.3.11 Design applications
2.3.12 Designers' checklist

2.4 WATER EFFECTS
2.4.1
Introduction
2.4.2 Geographical effects
2.4.3 Floods
2.4.4 Tsunami
2.4.5 Tidal surge
2.4.6 Sea level rise
2.4.7 Torrential rain
2.4.8 Lightning, hail
2.4.9 Erosion
2.4.10 Pollution
2.4.11 Secondary effects
2.4.12 Risk assessment
2.4.13 Design applications
2.4.14 Designers' checklist

3.0 TECHNOLOGICAL RISKS
3.1
Introduction
3.2 Industrial pollutants
3.3 Agricultural pollutants
3.4 Mining pollutants
3.5 Domestic pollutants
3.6 Radiation effects
3.7 Microwave, communication effects
3.8 Secondary effects
3.9 Risk assessment
3.10 Design applications
3.11 Designers checklist

4.0 SOCIOLOGICAL RISKS
4.0
Introduction
4.1 Historical patterns
4.2 Financial collapse
4.3 Over regulation
4.4 War, terrorism
4.5 Collapse of engineering life lines
4.6 Bio-geographical effects
4.7 Feral animals
4.8 Secondary effects
4.9 Risk assessment
4.10 Design applications
4.11 Designers'
Checklist

PART 2
1.0 SUSTAINABLE CATASTROPHE MANAGEMENT
1.0
Introduction
1.1 Prevention
1.2 Preparedness
1.3 Response
1.4 Recovery
1.5 Aid and assistance
1.6 Ethical basis of an alternative nation
1.7 A new united nations
1.8 Alternatives to political systems
1.9 Extended families
1.10 Village development
1.11 Effective working groups and right livelihood

2.0 BIO REGIONAL ORGANISATION
2.1
Introduction
2.2 Bio regional map
2.3 Catastrophe
Application - Beyond command and control

2.1 FOOD SUPPORT
2.1.1
Introduction
2.1.2 Plant resources
2.1.3 Animal resources
2.1.4 Integrated pest management
2.1.5 Process and food preservation
2.1.6 Support services
2.1.7 Markets and outlets

2.2 BUILDING SUPPORT
2.2.1
Introduction
2.2.2 Construction materials
2.2.3 Energy systems
2.2.4 Wastes, recycling
2.2.5 Construction methods
2.2.6 Voluntary simplicity

2.3 LIVELIHOOD SUPPORT
2.3.1
Introduction
2.3.2 Livelihood support services
2.3.3 Essential trades, and 
manufacturing services and skills
2.3.4 Community finance and recycling

2.4 SOCIAL SUPPORT
2.4.1
Introduction
2.4.2 Think tanks
2.4.3 Work groups
2.4.4 Introductory services
2.4.5 Expeditions

2.5 HEALTH SUPPORT
2.5.1
Introduction
2.5.2 Morbidity
2.5.3 Gynecological and midwifery
2.5.4 Medical and pharmacy
2.5.5 Surgical and hospital
2.5.6 Natural therapies

2.6 INFORMATION SUPPORT
2.6.1
Introduction
2.6.2 Communication systems
2.6.3 Newsletters
2.6.4 Audio visual
2.6.5 Business and research
2.6.6 Libraries
2.6.7 Standard documents and data
2.6.8 Bio regional groups
2.6.9 Maps

2.7 COMMUNITY AND SECURITY SUPPORT
2.7.1
Introduction
2.7.2 Flood
2.7.3 Fire
2.7.4 Rescue
2.7.5 Communications
2.7.6 House and livestock security
2.7.7 Outreach services

2.8 TRANSPORT SUPPORT
2.8.1
Introduction
2.8.2 Barge and sea
2.8.3 Draught animal
2.8.4 Cartage
2.8.5 Innovations
2.8.6 Air and ultra light
2.8.7 Transport routes

2.9 FUTURE TRENDS
AND POTENTIAL THREATS
2.9.1
Introduction
2.9.2 Sea level rise
2.9.3 Ozone depletion
2.9.4 Water pollution
2.9.5 Financial collapse
2.9.6 Implications of policy making
2.9.7 Futures

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