Some puzzles, triangles and circles, a golden snitch and a pocket knife

Posted on May 13, 2010


I’m filling holes on the framework  so a slightly strange collection for the corpus.

219 Ecology, Equity, and Economy Triangle by McDonough and Michael Baungart From the book, Cradle to Cradle: Remaking the Way We Make Things by William McDonough and Michael Baungart

220 Alden Dow’s A way of life cycle  (Alden B. Dow Midwestern Modern” by Diane Maddex)

221 Puzzle (from

222 Puzzle Slide (Henry Fiddler)

213 Social zones of sustainability (Confronting Change)

214 Mimetic feedback influence model ( Gutirrez from Girad) (imitation role as motivator)

215 Pattern of Sustainability (Joanne Tippet, dissertation)

216  River system health. Triangle has flows, processes, and is in context of larger scale.  Vugteveen et al. (2006).

218 Continuum of human impacts and normative valuation of quality.  For river condition  Vugteveen et al. (2006).

219  Entrepreneurship (Tilley and Young)

220  Accounting cube (Forum for the Future)

221 Niche transitions (Schot and Geels)

222  Venn diagram with sustainability as integration (cf intersection) Schalange

223 “Sustainability is a relational principle”  (Sandelands and Hoffman)

224  Triangle (sort of) in transition (Said, Malaysian construction firms IJOrgInnovation 2:336 ).

225 Prism (Puhakka et al, Scandinavian tourism)

226 Markets (O’Riordan after Anderson)

227 Navajo Hooghan (developed by Navajo Flexcrete, O’Neill et al.)

The Hooghan is highly symbolic of the Navajo’s spiritual understanding of the interconnectedness of all things through all time. A visitor enters the Hooghan from the East, the direction in which the door of the Hooghan always faces. East is the direction of the sunrise, which begins the day and is symbolic of the beginning of life. The visitor moves clockwise through the four quadrants. The first quadrant belongs to the Mother, who represents work and wealth, which is passed through maternal inheritance. The Father and, when he visits, the Medicine Man, occupy the south-west quadrant. The Father ties the families and clans together through marriage. The Medicine Man is a vehicle for the fundamental beliefs and values of the Diné. The north-west quadrant is for the Children, whose basic needs must be taken care of by the Father and Mother. The north-east quadrant is where the visitor ends and where Visitors gather when in the Hooghan. The Navajo consider all of life to be integrated and sacred, thus the entire structure is the ‘Spiritual’ whole. The Hooghan thus embodies all of the aspects of life.

228 Strategic life-cycle management (SLCM)—sustainability principles as system boundaries. (Principles are Natural Step, Ny et al)

229 Belief–Action–Outcome Framework (Melville after Coleman)

We introduce an additional antecedent, organizational structure, as well as an additional outcome, behavior of organization (Figure 2). In this way, we account for dual socialization (individual psychic states are shaped by social structure (link 1) and organizational structure (link 1′)) and dual outcomes (combined individual action may improve organizational (link 3′) and environmental (link 3) performance)…

230 Lifestyle balance (Matusaka and Christiansen)

231 Ethical frameworks (and surely a golden snitch).  Laszlo et al.

232  Integrative triangle applied (Kleine and von Hauff)

233  Integrative triangle applied to institution (Kleine and von Hauff)

234 Integrative triangle: levels and tendencies (Kleine and von Hauff)

235 Integrative triangle as an assessment tool (Kleine and von Hauff)

236  Harmonic and conflict relationships on Integrative triangle (Kleine and von Hauff)

237 Wilbur’s holon (Kira and Eijnatten)

238 Organisation, development and human resources (Jabbour and Santos)

239 Causal loop diagram: Qualitative system dynamic (effects of changes in municipal wastewater management, Guest et al.)

240 Pocket knife (as part of quality process management, Goel)

241 Logically vivid system (Dinga)

242 Interactions between disciplines required for sustainability as gears and layers.  Relationship of protectiveness of ecological health layer, requires several tiers (here shown as gears) (Using buffer lands, Burger)

243 Continuum of interest (Hemant Puthli)

244 Stock of environmental quality (tourism sites, Johnston and Tyrrell)

245 Circles stacked and in a graph of time and space (Japan for Sustainability)