PhD course of Systems Thinking

Cybersystemic Possibilities for Governing the Anthropocene within the 59th Meeting of the International Society for System Sciences (ISSS) in Berlin, 2015

Author Luisa Perez-Mujica, ILWS PhD Candidate

Workshop in Hanover at the Herrenhausen Castle

Workshop in Hanover at the Herrenhausen Castle

I was very fortunate to be accepted in the PhD course on Systems Thinking and Practice in PhD Research “Cybersystemic Possibilities for Governing the Anthropocene”. This course was organized within the 59th Meeting of the International Society for System Sciences (ISSS) in Germany for which a series of events have been organized. The ISSS is devoted to interdisciplinary inquiry into the nature of complex systems and this year, during its 59th Meeting the topic of discussion was “Governing the Anthropocene: the greatest challenge of systems thinking in practice?” The overarching idea is to discuss in a transdisciplinary manner the issues, opportunities and approaches to address the influences of humans in the environment as well as other social issues and systems within this new epoch in planetary history, the Anthropocene.

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