Systems Thinking and the Future of Cities

"This article first briefly explores the question of why advances in systems theory have failed to transform public policy. The second part describes the ways in which our understanding of systems is growing−not so much from theorizing, but from practical applications in agriculture, building design, and medical science. The third part focuses on whether and how that knowledge and systems science can be deployed to improve urban governance in the face of rapid climate destabilization so that sustainability becomes the norm, not the occasional success story." Full article @ Systems Thinking and the Future of Cities

Comments: Post a Comment

<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?