Some institutions and organisations working on complex systems in global systems and sustainability:
The Santa Fe Institute is a transdisciplinary research community which aims to discover, comprehend, and communicate the common fundamental principles in complex physical, computational, biological, and social systems that underlie many of the most profound problems facing science and society today.
Arizona State University’s School of Sustainability is the first of its kind: a comprehensive degree-granting program with a transdisciplinary focus on finding real-world solutions to environmental, economic, and social challenges.
A non-profit organization founded in 1996 by the late Donella (Dana) Meadows, the Sustainability Institute applies systems thinking, system dynamics modeling, and organizational learning to economic, environmental and social challenges.
The RA is a multidisciplinary research group that explores the dynamics of complex adaptive systems.
The Global Legislators' Organisation (GLOBE) supports national parliamentarians to develop and agree common legislative responses to the major challenges posed by sustainable development.
The time is ripe for a research programme blending the themes of complexity and sustainability.
The task assigned to GSDP is to develop an ICT intensive science of global systems that is of real use to practitioners.
How to bundle and use the existing resources and how to generate additional resources for the community?
Within the exiting GSDP network, a number of other projects and initiatives are of special relevance.
Why and how to get in touch with GSDP?
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