Modern Perspectives in Economics, Business and Management Vol. 3 | 2021

Considerations about Sustainable Development of the ENSEC (Environmental-Social-Economic) Systems. Transdisciplinary M.E.N. (Megawatt, Ecowatt, Negawatt) Eco-Energetic Paradigm



There is no doubt that information and the way it is applied, represents a hot topic for researchers in the field of knowledge integration management (KIM), as an integrating part of the much more extensive area of study: the knowledge based society/economy (KBS/E). The society/economy development is a very complex and multi-factorial process, in the context of the existence of some new specific scientific methodology, as a transdisciplinary thinking perspective of the knowledge. The present paper combines original concepts about the eco-socio-economic (ENSEC-ESE) systems in relation to the sustainable development, where the most important issue becomes the identification, stimulation, evaluation and implementation of creativity , by trans-thematic identifiers (know what), phenomenological descriptors (know how), and logical explicators (know why) in order to transform a monodisciplinary space in a transdisciplinary one, as breadth through depth approach of knowledge (in extensis de profundis). To be creative for innovation means to explore, and possibly to transform, in a sustainable way, the conceptual space” into a living system, as a “practical transdisciplinary knowledge space”. The present paper proposes an attempt to connect transdisciplinary, globalization, and sustainable development in a very interesting way with apokataphatic method, to identify what is (“yes”), what isn’t (“no”), and how does work (“go so”) sustainability in the environmental-sociopolitical-economic (ENSEC) systems. The presented model allows to analyse such systems through the eco-ecological efficiency e and ecological parameter T\xa0 with specific values for resilience, viability, and disaster. The paper reconfigures energetic sustainable development in the context of transdisciplinary M.E.N. (Megawatt, Ecowatt, Negawatt) paradigm, presenting the ways to transform all kind of energy, as are found in the energetic transformations diagram, including waste, as resource through circular energetic scheme (2+2)R’s - reduce & recycle, reuse & recombine in order to get electricity as a very usable clean energy.

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DOI 10.9734/BPI/MPEBM/V3/10995D
Language English
Journal Modern Perspectives in Economics, Business and Management Vol. 3

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