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Is Clean Energy a Wicked Problem?

September 18th, 2012

Reblogged from The Multidisciplinarian:

Deciding whether clean energy is a wicked problem involves two tasks. One is to define wicked problem and the other is a formulation of the clean energy objective.

Advocates of Design Thinking and Systems Thinking, among others, are fond of the term, wicked problem. Popular examples include climate change/clean energy, drug trafficking, homeland security, nuclear energy, natural hazards and healthcare.

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Bill Storage does a commendable job in commenting on wicked problems and initiates a discussion about whether clean energy is one of these problems. For those interested in wicked problems and going beyond the pop rhetoric of this concept, this is a perfect concise introduction.

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