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Welcome to the Sustainability Methods Wiki!


The aim of this Wiki is to present and explain fundamental methods, terms and tools relevant to (Sustainability) Science and answer underlying questions. The Wiki is composed of several sub-wikis:

Courses

This sub-wiki contains all material that supplements university courses.

Methods

Methods are at the heart of scientific research. Learn about the most important methods in this sub-wiki.

Skills & Tools

Every type of work can be facilitated through appropriate Skills & Tools. Dive in and learn something new!

Normativity of Methods

Learn more about issues on the philosophy of science and the question how methods relate to the 'real world'.

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  1. Transdisciplinarity (German)
  2. Causality and correlation (German)
  3. Agency, Complexity and Emergence (German)
  4. Experiments and hypothesis (German)
  5. Bias and Critical Thinking (German)