• Part 2: Uncertainty and incomplete knowledge

    question marksIn this part, we explore uncertainty and what it means for sustainability.

    In a complex world, it is important to recognise that we do not know everything. Our knowledge about some of the greatest problems we face is incomplete.

    Thinking about the implications of different kinds of uncertainty - for example, risk, ambiguity, uncertainty and ignorance - can help us to recognise what we do and don't know, and create space for more informed debate.

    This part only has one section.

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