Ecological interrelationships are shown to be a vast web of knowledge‐induced interactions among variables that define physical environment in terms of the human environment as well. The understanding of such interrelationships is exemplified empirically by means of Bangladesh environmental problems involving coastal deforestation, siltation, floods, temperature variations, cyclones and tidal waves. Unless a balance is maintained among these conditions through appropriate planning, an ecological chaos is seen to be forthcoming for Bangladesh. Requisite policy recommendations are suggested from the empirical study based on a cybernetic approach. On the other hand, China provides a good example of how to transform entropic ecological conditions to reversible ones.
Shahadat Hossain, M., Alam Choudhury, M. and Mohiuddin, M. (1998), "Cybernetic interrelationships: an empirical study with respect to Bangladesh ecology", Kybernetes, Vol. 27 No. 5, pp. 485-495. https://doi.org/10.1108/03684929810221492Download as .RIS
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