As a result of increased human impact, environmental problems and challenges are becoming more and more commonplace worldwide. Many of these problems are large and complex, transcend national boundaries and involve many different stakeholder groups. New environmental leadership is needed to resolve conflicts and find acceptable and sustainable solutions to problems. Systems intelligence may contribute to not only achieving compromises in complex situations but also to creating a powerful way of working together towards new and sustainable solutions. In our mission to save the planet, we cannot afford to fail. Therefore, we must take a co-operative, inclusive and systemic approach. We, as individuals and parts of our respective and interdependent systems, are responsible for the success of this mission. We must start by reexamining our own values, beliefs, and attitudes, and by learning from the good examples emerging all over the world. Systems intelligence provides us an excellent framework for the mission.
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