ecophilia — fasting, fungi & fractals — on theories of change

Reversing Theories of Change

My research in complex systems showed me that linear cause-and-effect relationships are likely not true and that the world functions a lot more chaotically.

The Relational Theory of Change (RToC)

I think to come up with more effective theories of change, we need to move from a linear cause-and-effect understanding to a more network-like approach, like this:

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transformation researcher & ecological storyteller. exploring ecophilia as a lived philosophy. www.jessicaboehme.com latest book: https://amzn.to/3jDqyFH

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Jessica Böhme

Jessica Böhme

transformation researcher & ecological storyteller. exploring ecophilia as a lived philosophy. www.jessicaboehme.com latest book: https://amzn.to/3jDqyFH