Post Tagged with: "systems thinking"

Episode 124: Triple Focus – arbeid med barn og unges emosjonelle, sosiale og systemiske intelligenser

Episode 124: Triple Focus – arbeid med barn og unges emosjonelle, sosiale og systemiske intelligenser

I denne episoden har jeg gleden av å intervjue Mette Miriam Rakel Böll fra Danmark. Hun har en bakgrunn innenfor atferdsbiologi og har bred erfaring fra tverrfaglige forskningsmiljøer. Samtidig har hun de siste årene beskjeftiget seg mye med meditasjon, deriblant lengre retreats, og hun har fulgt undervisningen til den danske meditasjonslæreren Jes Bertelsen […]

Episode 118: The systems view of life – a unifying vision (part 2)

Episode 118: The systems view of life – a unifying vision (part 2)

In this episode I have the great honor of connecting with scientist, educator, activist, and author Fritjof Capra P.hd. He was born in Vienna, and studied physics and systems theory, and became well known for his first book, The Tao of Physics (1975). In this book, and […]

Episode 110: The systems view of life – a unifying vision (part 1)

Episode 110: The systems view of life – a unifying vision (part 1)

In this episode I have the privilege of connecting with Dr. Pier Luigi Luisi who is Professor Emeritus at ETH-Zürich, working in the field of chemistry and life sciences. He is also the co-author of a recent book called The Systems View of Life – A Unified Vision […]

Episode 30: A systems perspective on sustainable economics

Episode 30: A systems perspective on sustainable economics

In my conversation with Peter VictorPhd. , who´s a professor in environmental studies at York University in Canada, we engage in some of the pressing issues regarding economic growth and the hazardas effects perpetual growth has on our enviroment. Knowing that humans rely on the biosphere in multiple ways, how […]