Systems thinking and Nuclear Fusion

The sun, along with all other stars, is powered by a reaction called nuclear fusion (Image: NASA/SDO/AIA)

The world has collectively breathed a sigh of relief at the announcement that scientists are closer than ever to reproducing a controlled nuclear fusion, the ‘energy of the stars’. I argue in this article that looking at sustainability ‘as a system’, the promise of limitless and clean energy might accelerate, rather than slow down (or even invert) our trajectory towards a non-sustainable society if we don’t address its root

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I am an economist and author dedicated to finding applicable solutions to achieve social sustainability while preserving economic growth.

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Luca Silipo

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I am an economist and author dedicated to finding applicable solutions to achieve social sustainability while preserving economic growth.

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