How do systems get unstuck? – Greenpeace International – Wyler (2015)

How do systems get unstuck? Rex Weyler 23 April 2015

How do systems get unstuck? – Greenpeace International

How do systems get unstuck?

Rex Weyler 23 April 2015 |  0 CommentsShare on WhatsappShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via Email

Human enterprise appears stuck, like an addict, in habitual behaviour. We have plenty of data alerting us to global heating, declining species, disappearing forests, and rising toxins in our ecosystems. Yet, after decades of efforts to reverse these trends and some notable achievements — whaling moratorium, ocean dumping ban, renewable energy projects — the key trends appear evermore troubling. [1]

In December 2014, I attended a gathering hosted by the International Bateson Institute (IBI) and Centro Studi Riabilitzione Neurocognitiva Villa Miari, a clinic for paralysis patients in Schio, Italy. We observed therapeutic methods employed at Centro Studi to help us consider links between these methods and a efforts to address the ecological paralysis apparent in our social systems. “How Do Systems Get Unstuck” is a long-term, collaberative research project of the Bateson Institute.

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How do systems get unstuck? – Greenpeace International