Climate and Nature

Systems mapping can facilitate the collective and shared understanding of complex problems

Systems mapping can be instrumental in highly complex problem solving. Image: Unsplash/Alvaro Reyes

Rahmin Bender-Salazar
Assistant Professor in Sustainable Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick
Domenico Dentoni
Professor and Co-Director, COAST Chair, Montpellier Business School
Rob Lubberink
Assistant Professor of Sustainability & Circular Economy, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, School of International Business
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Systems mapping workshop of the ENFASYS project methodological framework.
Systems mapping workshop of the ENFASYS project methodological framework. Image: Copyright Marija Roglic for the ENFASYS project, COAST chair, Montpellier Business School and GDPR consent was given as part of the ENFASYS project
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