Instead of isolating problems, an ecosystemic approach for the planning of public policies, research and teaching programmes, encompasses four dimensions of being-in-the-world (intimate, interactive, social and biophysical), as they combine, as donors and recipients, to induce the events (deficits/assets), cope with consequences (desired/undesired) and contribute for change (potential outputs). The proposal provides leadership and encourage partnership in caring for the environment by inspiring, informing, and enabling nations and peoples to improve their quality of life.
Global Transformation in the Mirror of the Ecosystemic Approach
Aim of the resource:
<p>An ecosystemic framework for public policies, research and teaching programmes is posited to define and deal with the nexus environmental problems, quality of life and the state of the world, considering fundamental causes, worldviews, values and perceptions, from a thematic (“what”), an epistemic (“how”) and a pragmatic (strategies) point of view (boundaries, structures, prevalent paradigms)</p> <p> </p>