138. 5 mindsets
- Earthly – focusing on the interplay between environmental and developmental agendas in the short- and long-term both globally and locally;
- Analytic – based on ‘systems thinking’ and encompassing assessment, planning and management;
- Careful – based on respect for complexity and uncertainty;
- Collaborative – focusing on the interplay of interests, values, cultures and capacities of various actors;
- Action – guiding strategy formation to manage change, continuity and learning for sustainability.
139. 3 aspects mixed with a production cycle (Huhtamaki)
140. Governance and sustainability (Aras and Crowther)
141. Education for sustainable development without the participatory element as “big brother sustainability” Wals and Jickling
142. Assessment tool for cities (Ecostep)
144. Tragedy of the Commons depicted in system terms (Senge via Warwick).
An Imperative for Looking Long: The 21st century will test our ability to grasp the future impacts of present choices, but even as we struggle to incorporate future knowledge into our day-to-day decisions, we’re tuning up our bodies and minds and even our cultural frameworks for a much longer view.
147. Sustainable farming (DEFRA)
148. City comparison (McKinsey company, in a study on the transition to sustainability for the greater London area (GLA)
149. Scenarios (Gallopin et al via Africa Outlook UNEP)
152. Pressure state response framework (OEDC via EoE).
154. Resource flows across society set in the context of entropy (Everard)
155. Resource and energy flows within nature’s sustainable cycles and within a theoretical sustainable society (Everard TNS?)
156. Social-ecological system that places the built environment (an artefact) in an overlapping zone between culture and nature, with causation occurring in both directions (Fischer-Kowalski and Weisz in Moffat and Kohler )
157. Spatial scales, aggregation and specific effects (Moffat and Kohler)
158. Cultural, natural and material realms over spatial and temporal scales (Moffat and Kohler)