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London, The Economist. p. 24. 92See Olsson, L. E. (1994). ” Renewable Energy 5 Part II: pp. 1243–1246. 32 1 Frame of Reference business decisions in most of the economy; (3) energy consumption is to date the only consistent, apolitical, and relevant environmental impact measure we have; and (4) energy is what we are really pursuing causing emissions—why not address the underlying problem directly? Furthermore, pricing decisions are often not based on cost plus profit margin considerations, but increasingly market-based pricing has become the norm.
2 Why Systemic Change Is Necessary As we shall see, apparent differences between people arise almost entirely from the action of the system they work in, not from people themselves. W. Edwards Deming One of the easiest and most visual ways of illustrating complex, systemic effects is using a mathematical concept called fractals. Fractals can illustrate how simple principles—described mathematically—produce wildly different geometries depending on their context at hand. 2, we see three instances of the famous Mandelbrot57 set—a fractal that is so complex that 55According to Ashton, T.
The common thread is to encourage efficient usage of resources. Legislation falls under this category as do the whole climate debate and the Kyoto treaty in its current trajectory of conformance. Design for environment (DFE), which deals with how to minimize environmental burdens through design—eliminating the root of the problem at the outset so to speak. Environmental management systems (EMS), which deals with the tools needed to manage, from an environmental perspective. Here, we can include the ISO 14001 EMS.