By Şefika Şule Erçetin, Santo Banerjee
This paintings represents the 3rd access of the sequence of works on “Chaos, Complexity and Leadership”. Contents of the publication are composed from wide variety of chaos, complexity and their functions in multi disciplines. Articles replicate diversified views within the box of utilized nonlinear tools, modeling of information and simulations in addition to theoretical achievements of chaos and intricate structures. as well as this, readers are going to discover new functions in management and administration of chaos and complexity concept corresponding to in fields from schooling to politics. it really is thoroughly new and clean piece of brain for readers who're attracted to chaos, complexity and particularly leadership.
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So, the surface of land and water (including natural resources) must be considered in measuring production outcomes . Comparing information on the ecological footprint of global production and consumption, Wackernagel et al. 7. Hence, the organic load-carrying capacity of our planet and our lifestyle are no longer naturally harmonized . Ecological footprints are also related to carbon footprints . In particular, for each product it can be determined how much greenhouse gas was emitted over the course of its life, including production, consumption, and disposal .
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