Ray Ison, Professor in Systems at the UK Open University since 1994, is a member of the Applied Systems Thinking in Practice Group. From 2008-15 he also developed and ran the Systemic Governance Research Program at Monash University, Melbourne. In this blog he reflects on contemporary issues from a systemic perspective.
Sunday, January 18, 2009
Send this to all the politicians you know
An easy to follow, well made case for why taking no action or minimal action in response to climate change is the wrong choice.