Complexity inside the Biosphere incorporating human activity
Cosmic Thermodynamic Observation from Outer Space
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Creativity and instinct enhanced by collegiality and collaboration between individuals
Uncovering scientifically based evidence to reveal shareable truths for the wider community
Positive and progressive insights for achieving sustainability and balance in the world
Understanding Difficulty and Political Dilemma
The DAGS understand the key cause of inaction at governance and corporate levels is that there is little validated knowledge readily available to form a consensus.
To qualify and quantify Human Impact on Climate Change is to better understand how complex it is to manage effective solutions. First, we need to identify the scale of interdependent factors controlling the state of the biosphere.
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