ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Managing Transformational Change: Principles from a Systems Perspective

In the context of development and its impact on the environment, we need to understand "change", the kinds of change that systems can absorb, the "good" change and distinguish it from the "abrupt" change which systems cannot cope with. We also need to understand how to increase and sustain the capability of people, economies and nature to deal with change. And for this, science, policy and practice need to fashion modes of working together. They are themselves three components of a structure that can help us to move forward in a sustainable and dynamic manner. The argument here is that a systems approach using some notions from resilience theory will provide pointers towards how this can happen.

Managing Transformational Change: Principles from a Systems Perspective

Rights Act, the Forest Conservation Act and the Environment Protection Act (in the case of the associated aluminium refinery)”. Further, “the government ordered the closure of the Loharinag Pala hydroelectric project” and the minister for

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