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Masters Thesis Team

Three gentlemen united by an ongoing discovery of the interconnectedness of things. Three gentlemen brought together by a common view of sustainability as social, ecological, and economic systems maintenance. Three gentlemen that seek paradigm shift through a deeper understanding and clearer communication of systems science.

New Team Members

 

Students studying towards an Msc in Strategic Leadership Towards Sustainability at the Blekinge Institute of Technology (Sweden) will be joining with the CONVERGE project to write their thesis. Simon Evitts, Dylan Skybrook and Brendan Seale want to research how to enable "sustainable development through perceptual awareness of interconnectedness", and hope to "build an educational tool that supports transition towards a sustainable society by encouraging a systems understanding of the world".

The Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) is ranked by the EESD Observatory as the best among Swedish technical universities and third among the 56 evaluated European universities for Engineering Education for Sustainable Development. BTH has a long standing relationship with project partner The Natural Step, so earlier this year a call was sent out to BTH requesting students submit proposals to the CONVERGE project for research that would be cover an area of interest to the CONVERGE project.

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