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

Information, and how it is used, is undeniably a hot topic for scholars in the field of knowledge integration management (KIM), which is a subset of the much larger field of study known as the knowledge based society/economy (KBS/E). In the context of the existence of some new unique scientific methodologies, as a transdisciplinary thinking perspective of knowledge, society/economic development is a very complicated and multi-factorial process. The current paper combines original concepts about eco-socio-economic (ENSEC-ESE) systems in relation to sustainable development, where the most important issue becomes “the identification, stimulation, evaluation, and implementation of creativity,” using trans-thematic identifiers (know what), phenomenological descriptors (know how), and logical explicators (know why) to transform a phenomenological descriptor into a phenomenological descriptor into a logical explicator (in extensis de profundis). To be creative for innovation means to investigate and maybe change the “conceptual space” into a living system, as a “practical transdisciplinary knowledge space,” in a sustainable fashion. The current research provides an apokataphatic strategy for identifying what is (“yes”), what isn’t (“no”), and how sustainability in the environmental-sociopolitical-economic (ENSEC) systems works (“go so”). The eco-ecological efficiency e and ecological parameter with specified values for resilience, viability, and disaster are used in the model to analyse such systems. The paper reconfigures energetic sustainable development in the context of the transdisciplinary M.E.N. (Megawatt, Ecowatt, Negawatt) paradigm, presenting ways to transform all types of energy, as shown in the energetic transformations diagram, including waste, as a resource using the circular energetic scheme (2+2)R’s – reduce, recycle, reuse, and recombine in order to obtain electricity as a very usable resource.

Author (S) Details

Emeritus Prof. Dr. Ioan G. Pop
University Emanuel Oradea, Romania.

Dr. Codruța Manuela Badea
Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Hadi Jaradat
University Bogdan Vodă, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sebastian Văduva
University Emanuel Oradea, Romania.

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Igor Prisac
University Divitia Gratiae Chisinău, Moldova.

Dr. Mihai-Florin Talpoș
The School of Informal IT, Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

Izabella Eugenia Pop
M and S Ecoproiect Cluj Napoca, Environmental Biodiversity, Research and Development, Romania.

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