For Paris: Why actions against climate change do not cost jobs by Kai Neumann

This model was meant to be a small model on the basic interconnections of actions against climate change and the main counter argument against them that they allegedly cost jobs. Feel free to add to it.

Paris: Governments acting on climate change by Kai Neumann

A qualitative model that asks what it takes to take political action. Feel free to add to it.

Impact chains of climate change by Kai Neumann

Just a small qualitative model to scope the economical implications of climate change. Feel free to use it (you may import it into your account).

Climate change: taking personal action by Kai Neumann

A qualitative model asking for our personal motivation to lower our impact on climate change. Feel free to add to it.

living vegan saving more than just the climate by Susanne

a small qualitative model on the arguments from the famous PETA video:¶ms=OAFIAVgB&v=qxrmosy1jCY&mode=NORMAL ... and some more arguments please add your comments

2017 - we can change by Kai Neumann

2016 - our challenge for 2017 for the sake of our future Let’s face it, 2016 was a terrible year. War, terror, refugees, Brexit, Trump, record CO2 levels, rising inequality etc. which interestingly are all connected as numerous cause and effect models from show. BTW: in one of the models I predicted early on Trump’s victory. After all it is your and my fault and it is you and me who can change it. Before I explain this a bit more here some horizon scanning on the year ahead, the echo-roo...

Example for change management by Kai Neumann

Small example of a change management model

PiM example for change of units within a process by Kai Neumann

The challenge behind this model was to collect units in a box and to take them from the boxes again. There are probably other ways to model this but this was my first idea. 

Qualitative model on the UN's sustainable development goals (SDG) ExampleGhana by Kai Neumann discussed there and with an accompanying paper here: (discussion paper) and peer reviewed here: Kai Neumann, Carl Anderson, and Manfred Denich (2018). Participatory, explorative, qualitative modeling: application of the iMODELER software to assess trade-offs among the SDGs. Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal, 12 (2018-25): 1–19.