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Organizations relating to Modelling

International Model Forest Network / Ottawa ON, Canada / Est. 1994
International Federation of Model Soldiers Clubs
UNCITRAL Model Law on Electronic Commerce / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1996
European Gaming Organization / Est. 1996
International Society of Ecological Modelling / Zagreb, Croatia / Est. 1975
European Council for Modelling and Simulation / Wilhelmshaven, Germany / Est. 1990
Sustainable Societies Initiative / Est. 1995
IGU Commission on Mathematical Models / Est. 1988
European Multidisciplinary Society for Modelling and Simulation Technology / Ostend, Belgium / Est. 2003
Gaming Regulators European Forum / St Helier, UK / Est. 1989
Applied Stochastic Models and Data Analysis International Society / Chania, Greece
European Training and Simulation Association / Waterlooville, UK / Est. 2003
UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1985
Modeling Association of America International / Est. 1964
European International Model United Nations / Groningen, Netherlands / Est. 1987
NGO Debt Treaty Movement / Est. 1993
International Peace University, Potsdam / Est. 1995
International Committee on Concrete Model Code for Asia / Sapporo, Japan / Est. 1992
Globus Project
Bucharest Club / Est. 1972
World Order Models Project / Est. 1966
Convention on Patents of Invention, Drawings and Industrial Models, Trademarks, and Literary and Artistic Property / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1906
Association of Scientific Centres in a Changing Europe / Est. 1993
International Ground Water Modelling Center / Golden CO, USA / Est. 1978
Land Use and Land Cover Change

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World Problems relating to Modelling

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Substance abuse by role models
Excessive dependence on computer models of complex system behaviour
Lack of meaningful personal and social paradigms
Inappropriate transport policy
Unimplemented environmental models
Inaccurate forecasting
Unchallenging world vision
Inadequate models of socio-economic development
Overgeneralized policy models
Outdated paradigms
Underdeveloped community leadership
Insufficient role models

Action Strategies relating to Modelling

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Developing global models to help assess water quantity
Developing inclusive environmental models
Promoting regional agricultural systems
Creating desired futures
Providing work structure
Improving development model
Designing model communities
Advancing computer simulation
Articulating future vision
Developing land-use models
Monitoring global atmospheric chemistry
Researching futures
Developing business strategies with traditional groups for biodiversity conservation
Providing spiritual journey models
Researching macroeconomic modelling
Developing analytical models for water management
Increasing responsibility images
Creating economic regulatory models
Developing imaginal teaching models
Resisting inclusive environmental models
Implementing models
Improving quality of teacher training
Providing role model

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