Systems Issues in the Media: Climate Change

By Angelika Schanda
Located in Nijmegen, Netherlands
European Master in System Dynamics, Class 2013-2015


‘When it comes to climate change, why do we do so little when we know so much?’

Here are a few articles and a short documentary considering this conundrum. They argue that the limits to growth was right and that we don’t have another decade to waste. Today, September 21, groups all over the world organized what shall be the greatest marches to call for action about climate change. In preparation of this big awareness raising day, the short documentary Disruption was produced, offering a discussion on a system thinking level and featuring statements from system dynamicist John D. Sterman amongst others.

 

 

Passionate about systems thinking, traveling and social change initiatives. Learn more at angelikaschanda.net

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