Adaptation Mavens: A rose is a rose is a rose, or is it resilience?

Dear Adaptation Mavens,

I was reading through the NWF's recent report on "Moving the Conservation Goalposts: A Review of Climate Change Adaptation Literature" (2011). They brought up the question of Resilience and whether or not that is the right goal for adaptation. I'm curious about your thoughts. Is resilience the right approach? Or, does it imply too much focus on maintaining the current social-ecological conditions and not allow enough space for transformation and taking advantage of the opportunities presented by a changing climate?
Thanks,
Sascha Petersen, Adaptation International

Dear Sascha,
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