Karl-Henrik Robert

Karl-Henrik Robert nsIn hmolscience, Karl-Henrik Robert (1947-) is a Swedish physician noted for his 1987 to 1991 developed thermodynamics conceptualized four step model to sustainability, or something along these lines.

In 1987, a United Nations conference which introduced environmental concerns to the political sphere, which initiated Robert to developed a natural step framework, setting out four “system conditions”, supposedly derived from the laws of thermodynamics, for the sustainability of earth. [2]

In 1991, Robert produced a thermodynamics-structured “natural step” theory of societal sustainability, based on cyclical growth, rather than linear. [1]

Robert received his MD in 1975 and his PhD in 1979, generally focused on leukemia and its pathological connection to the environment.

1. Robèrt, K.H. (1991). "Educating A Nation: The Natural Step." In Context 28:10.
2. The Natural Step – Wikipedia.

External links
‚óŹ Karl-Henrik Robèrt – Wikipedia.

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