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.
Saturday, August 18, 2018
The rise of gluten sensitivity - an emergent, systemic problem
As someone who has gluten sensitivity I experience the phenomenon as real - but it is complex to manage and deal with socially, as this excellent article in the Guardian outlines.