September 25, 2012.
© 2012 Linda Vanasupa
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This video looks at systemic interventions and their leverage. These ideas were proposed by Donella Meadows in her book, "Thinking in Systems: A Primer" (2008), Chelsea Green Publishing. This work was made possible in part by grants from the National Science Foundation Division of Undergraduate Education, DUE#0717428, DUE#0717556 and DUE#1004410.
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This video explores different levels of systems interventions and their potential leverage for systemic change. It introduces Donella Meadows hierarchy of systemic interventions and gives examples. This video uses the Sustainability Learning Suites created by Jane Qiong Zhang and Linda Vanasupa in association with Julie Zimmerman and Jim Mihelcic.
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