Global Agenda Council on Complex Systems 2012-2014
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Complexity is not so much a subject of research as a new way of looking at phenomena. It is inherently interdisciplinary in that it takes its problems from the real world and its concepts and methods from all fields of science. Complexity lies at the root of important issues that people face every day, such as hunger, energy use, water supply, healthcare, climate change, security, increasing urbanization, sustainability, innovation and the impact of technology.

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Tuesday 1 June 2010