Systems Thinking

A bowl of cornflakes and milk—it seems simple enough, but as part of a food system, it’s far more complex. There are people, activities, crops, weather, soil, transportation, and much more that interact to bring this bowl of cereal and milk together. Systems thinking makes it possible to explore and understand the relationships among food systems and their component parts. It makes it possible to understand some of the complexity of the intersection of Earth’s systems and human systems and
to discover creative responses.

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