Systems thinking and sustainability: A logical connection.

excellent description of the sustainability approach that we learn from nature.

Young Modeler

By Carlo Cuijpers
Located in Amsterdam, Netherlands
Sustainability/corporate social responsibility consultant at KPMG

European Master in System Dynamics, Class 2012-2014
Interests: systems and sustainability thinking, modelling sustainability issues


The average person has most likely never heard of ‘’Limits to Growth’’(Meadows, Meadows, Randers, & Behrens III, 1972), or the Club of Rome. Nevertheless, every systems thinker is familiar with the book and the story behind it – from reading it, watching the film (Last Call, 2012) or from their studies. It is possibly the systems thinking study which has received the most attention. As a consequence, the study caused a spike in interest in the field. Ever since there has been a strong link between systems and sustainability thinking.

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This project intends to provide everyone interested with a software that allows to develop financial, technological, and environmental simulations, based on System Dynamics (in the U.S. known as Business Dynamics), with a special focus on small business amortization and general prognosis calculations.

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