In the world there are a lot of organisations who deal with causal loops. A causal loop is one of the tools for systems thinking. To learn more about systems thinking please look here:
Waters Centre for systems thinking
They help create positive change and improved performance through the Habits and tools of systems thinking. They are all about delivering benefits and working with others to help them do the same — whether it’s in a classroom, school, district, business or community, systems thinking helps people of all ages and walks of life see beyond the heart of a problem to find equitable and essential solutions.
The Systems Thinker
The Systems Thinker has been published by Pegasus Communications since the early 1980’s. Daniel Kim and Colleen Lannon were essential in launching this valuable publication and it has been carried forward by many capable hands over the years. The Systems Thinker is a valuable resource until today.
Learning for sustainability
This site aims to provide a practical resource for those who work with communities (in the wider sense of the term) to help them identify and adopt more sustainable practices. It provides a guide to resources relevant for those working to support collaboration, social learning and constructive action in multi-stakeholder settings.
Natuurlijk Leren supports schools in realizing exciting and yield-oriented education that matters in this day and age. To achieve this, they help boards, partnerships and schools to develop as learning organizations. They work with teachers and leaders on schools in which children learn to deal with the problems and challenges of now and of the future. One of the pillars in this is making the switch from machine thinking to the classroom and the school as a living system.
More about causal loop diagrams
Hans Vermaak (English)
Using causal loop diagrams to deal with complex issues: Mastering an instrument to deal with complex issues.
Mastering an instrument for systemic and interactive change.