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Monday, July 10 • 14:00 - 17:30
WORKSHOP: 'Interconnected thinking for climate protection' - Gabriele Harrer

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Gabriele HarrerInterconnected thinking for climate protection A co-operative and system oriented process between citizens and political administration. New approaches are necessary to allow peoples participation to meet the demands of citizens and political administration. Currently society is coping with the complexity of climate change and the objectives of CO2-reduction-targets. Smaller communities are the basis of the future viability of regions and countries. If measures are developed in an interactive and transparent process, their implementation and acceptance will define the paths for a future development of viability. In this pilot project, citizens learn to apply and implement systemic approaches on complex issues of all kind. After a playful introduction into systems thinking with the strategic simulation game ecopolicy®, the participants will apply the Malik Sensitivity Model® and develop and validate measures for their municipality on this systemic basis. Making the complexity of decision making processes and the interconnection of measures understandable, measures will be implemented rather fast and strengthen the mutual solidarity and further developments. The pilot project in Murg, Germany is part of an European Project. The unique project will be worked out as a template for an easy applicable, systems based participatory approach for communal activities in order to cope with climate protection).

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Gabriele Harrer-Puchner Dipl. Geol.

Expert Sensitivity Analysis, Associate Malik St.Gallen

Monday July 10, 2017 14:00 - 17:30
SR 122 Institut für Computertechnik, TU Wien

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