Holistic analysis, evaluation and communication of the economic, ecological and social sustainability and innovative capacity of the BaMS cascade (see project description) and its products and services.
Holism in science, holistic science, or methodological holism is an approach to research that emphasizes the study of complex systems. Systems are approached as coherent wholes whose component parts are best understood in context and in relation to both each other and to the whole. Holism typically stands in contrast with reductionism, which describes systems by dividing them into smaller components in order to understand them through their elemental properties.The holism-individualism dichotomy is especially evident in conflicting interpretations of experimental findings across the social sciences, and reflects whether behavioural analysis begins at the systemic, macro-level (ie. derived from social relations) or the component micro-level (ie. derived from individual agents).To the Wiki article about holism in science
The following projects of the blue bioeconomy deal with the topic "Holistic analysis, evaluation and communication of economic, ecological and social sustainability". Click on the tags to learn more about the work and results of the projects.