Systems thinkers understand that system inputs do not operate in isolation but influence each other in complex ways. This article looks at the interlocking "polycrisis," the term used by Columbia University economic historian Adam Tooze, posed by changes in climate, population shifts, the rise of authoritarian politics, instability in global finance, and international conflict: www.nytimes.com/2022/11/13/opinion/coronavirus-ukraine-climate-inflation.html.
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