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Seeing Systems discussion course has been integrated with Ecochallenge to help you discover new ways to make change more possible and powerful, both individually and together. Systems Ecochallenge will help your group stay connected in between session meetings, connect you to others, and expand your network to everyone around the world who is participating in the course.

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  • November 16 at 7:15 PM
    I think other site owners should look at this one as a model. It's clean, beautiful, and easy to use, and that's not even talking about the content. You know a lot about this subject age of war game
  • February 20 at 9:32 PM
    Hello All are made up of different pieces that form the “system.” In systems thinking, you look at the whole of something, the individual parts of that whole, how those parts make the “whole” what it is, and how one action to a piece of the system can affect the entire thing. Dinar Intel
  • February 8 at 4:43 AM
    I so look forward to the weekly call! My takeaway from Chapter 2 is that I need to be aware of how I communicate with others and also become a better, empathetic listener. I'm still reading Chapter 3 and it's so painful to learn of how impoverished communities of color have been victimized by environmental injustice. It's also been interesting...