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Planet under pressure from anthropocene to global sustainability

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Frame of Image ting entropic juggernaut in the form of climate change and global capitalism.
pay for dissipating energy not only by unstoppable consumptive use of energy resources but also by living systems for the maintenance of their order.
• ‘Juggernaut’ Metaphor - the sacrifice we must
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The Nature of the Beast
• Complexity - a concept that covers
problematic situations that have eluded traditional scientific solutions, involving uncertainty, surprise, feedback loops, selforganization … (characterized by situations where multiple different coherent future scenarios are possible!) concept of the “right answer”
• Real Problem ? – the singularity of our
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Evolution of Civilization
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Thinking in Systems as Informed Stewards for Planet under Pressure
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PURPOSE
( why? )
• To help awaken the participants (sleeping giants) to envision a sustainable world and to fulfill it
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( what & how? ) • Re-Emphasize the Significance of a Clear Vision and its Engineering towards Local, Regional and Global Sustainability
OBJECTIVES
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
Why Systems Thinking? What is it? Fundamentals Nature of Sustainability Resilience approach Visioneering Concluding Remarks
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1. Why is Systems Thinking important?
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Swedish Royal Warship
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Tipping Point / Threshold
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Excessive schedule pressure with changes upon changes Lack of documented plans and technical details Excessive innovation & more Lack of scientific methods Ignoring the obvious
Seoul National Un


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Title Planet under pressure from anthropocene to global sustainability
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Kim, Joon

Publisher

[Seoul]:Seoul National University

Date 2012-06
Event

2012 Climate Prediction and Application Training

Series Title; No 2012 Climate Prediction and Application Training
Pages 58
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < Agriculture
Holding APEC Climate Center
Recipient Country Indonesia(Asia and Pacific)
Cambodia(Asia and Pacific)
Mongolia(Asia and Pacific)
Philippines(Asia and Pacific)
Thailand(Asia and Pacific)
Vietnam(Asia and Pacific)
Organizer APEC climate center
Venue APEC climate center
Program Type Workshop
Project Term 2012-06-04 ~ 2012-06-15

Abstract

2012 Climate Prediction and Application Training Program for Green Growth in Developing Countries

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