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  • 1. Lifestyles & Habbits & Orientation & Awareness & Action: http://www.slideshare.net/benking/presentations
  • 2. Lifestyles & Habbits & Awareness: Action in shared Global Covenants and Frames of ReferencesSome Slides collected for the UNESCO DESD – Roundtable BERLIN November 2011BNE PORTAL: DER RUNDE TISCH bne-portal.de (50 slides ENGLISH 2 slides GERMAN )
  • 3. Vegetarianism: Essential to Save the Planet?  Sunday, Dec 13th, Copenhagen UNFCCC COP 15   Input statement for the Open Forum – Open-Space “Pitching”Section: The Need for Synthesis, Synopsis and Shared Action in view of the outcomes of 20+ years of Global Change exercises: Challenges, Orientations, Lessons Learned, and the need for Participation Opportunities and Options  Heiner Benking Journalist, long-time experience with global issues, event planning, strategy advising Secretary of the Council of Global Issues and the Tagore-Einstein Council
  • 4. Vegetarianism: Essential to Save the Planet?TWITTER  Mogens Dahl Koncertsal, -- Dec. 13, 2009 UNFCCC CopenVegan
  • 5. Ashok Khosla,Founder DevelopmentAlternatives, Canada – IndiaFounder, Indias Office ofEnvironmental Planning& CoordinationPresident, IUCNCo-President, Club of RomeWorld Future Council…..
  • 6. berlinsymposium.orgKeywords: Knowledge Organization, Rough Overview Orientation / Survey knowledge, Structured Dialogic Design (SDD), Open Government, Cogniscope, Multitrack- Diplomacy, Education, Policy, Transdisciplinarity, Open-Forum,General Geography, 21stCenturyAgora, SuperSigns, SuperStructures, Governance, Dialog, Stammtisch 2.0 / 3.0,Global Embodied Covenant, Dialog-Conversation, Participatory Futures, Futures Creation
  • 7. Blind Spots and the Global Problematique,Global Commons and a Global Embodied Covenant– a work report and some concerns towards tackling the Climate and Global Crisis Heiner Benking Independent Journalist, Facilitator, Consultant Council on Global Issues & IHTEC & School Peace Gardens, UN-ECOSOC; Toronto Tagore Einstein Council, Santiniketan, Berlin, INBAK, Berlin Positive Nett-Works (PNW), Youth Leader E-zine, Hannover, Berlin 21stCenturyAgora – Open-Forum (PNW & web)
  • 8. OPEN-SPACE Grid The titles below are linked to impressions and links for further study as requested and promised. Please check the growing list of references and material: ACTION PROPOSALS Slot 1-3: Workshop Sessions Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010 Slot 1 Life-Styles and Diets, Energy Efficiency, Water and Soils, Gardening and Room 18 Architecture Slot 2 Slot 1 - 3 Global Commons, Global Compact, Global embodied Covenants, Earth Charter, MDGs, Golden Rule and Shared FramesHeiner Benking of References. (includes Maps & Models, Metaphors, Schemas, Icons/Images, Pitsch, Supersigns, Scenarios and Situation Rooms)Presentations and Slot 3 Magic Participation, Dialog, Deliberation, Policy-Roundtables and Peacemaking
  • 9. Monday 17th October 2011, Institute National Genevois , 1204 GenevaIntroducing:"A Democratic Approach to Sustainable Futures" and the "Digital Peters“ Examples of CoLaboratory Dialog Design, Deliberation and Visualization Approaches for shared Orientation, Understanding, Capacity-Building, and Actions across Levels, Sectors, Languages, Terminologies, Scales and Mindsets Heiner Benking Council on Global Issues, Positive Nett-Works, 21stCentury Agora
  • 10. Dialog & Diskurs - Stammtisch 2.0 und 3.0 Strukturierter Dialog Design / SDDP) Heiner Benking, Open-Forum; Rolf Schneidereit, Institut für Stakeholder-Dialog Heiner Benking, Open-Forum KURZ- BERICHTDas Halb-Rundgespräch im Garten war improvisiert und Die Beiträge gingen um die Frage ob Dialog undlebendig, schnell gind es tief in die Diskussion um Demokratie im Netz abgebildet werden können,synchron und asynchron, liquid, … etc. wie und was synchon oder asynchron abgebildet werden kann, ob es eine ideale –catch-all”Rolf Schneidereit vom Institut für Stakeholder-Dialog Lösungen gibt und was der Ursprung von “Liquideröffnete die Konversation mit einer Definition des Demorcray” ist. Benking verwies auf deiBegriffs “Dialog” und der Abgrenzung gegenüber Diskussion zu Fluid, Dyanamic, Floating, LiquidDownloading und Debatte. Hier die Powerpoints: Democracy for 5 Jahren.http://www.gov20.de/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Vom_Disput_zum_Dialog1.pdf benking.de/dialog/conversations-dialogues2006.pdfHeiner Benking folgte mit einem update zu Stammtisch2.0 und 3.0 seit 2009 und was mit neuen Gesprächs- Die Runde warund Erörterungsformaten real und virtuell gemeint ist. selbstorganisiertSiehe Structured Dialogic Design und Cogniscope. Statt , lebendig undFolien hier der Hinweis zu Stammtisch 2./3.0 – und tief, Monologeweitere Links: bliebenopen-forum.de/Stammtisch-2-0-3-0--Benking-GOV-2-0.pdf beschränkt.update nach 2009: Diverse Halbrunde mit Lichtsites.google.com/site/21stcenturyagora/myths-around-dialogue, Eine Teilnehmerliste und Schatten am Brunnen, …Empfehlung: www.21stCentruryAgora.org www.open-forum.de steht zur Verfügung. nur der Baum fehlte…
  • 11. Gestaltungs – Competences UNESCO - Education for Sustainable Development 1. To create knowledge in a spirit of openness to the world, integrating new perspectives 2. To think and act in a forward looking manner 3. To acquire knowledge and act in an interdisciplinary manner 4. To be able to plan and act in cooperation with others 5. To be able to participate in decision-making processes 6. To be able to motivate others to become active 7. To be able to reflect upon one’s own principles and those of others 8. To be able to plan and act autonomously 9. To be able to show empathy for and solidarity with the disadvantaged 10. To be able to motivate oneself to become active
  • 12. anna-lindh-salon.de
  • 13. Co-Laboratories of Democracy How Co-Laboratories Of Democracy Work Problematic Situation • Discover root causes; • Adopt consensual action plans: • Develop teams dedicated to implementing those plans; and • Generate lasting bonds of respect, trust, and cooperation.http://21stcenturyagora.org/ http://www.globalagoras.org/
  • 14. The Club of Rome - The Predicament of Mankind Early beginnings 1968- 1970 Quest for Structured Response tp Growing World-wide Complexities and Uncertainties 1970 A PROPOSAL
  • 15. or in a nutshell:MODELS DISCOVEREDvsMODELS DELIVERED
  • 16. Towards a New Renaissance 3 Harmonising Spirituality, Nature and Health EMBODYING, HARMONIZING and SHARING OLD AND NEW SPACES & TIMES Sharing Commons in an Embodied Covenant [more]Bringing together cultural expressions, sign systems, perspectives and positionalities Heiner Benking Secretary Tagore-Einstein Council, Council of Global Issues, Originator Open-Forum, PNW-Positive News Youth Views – Youth-Leader
  • 17. G lo b a l S h a rin g a n d C o pin g S ta rt in g P o in tsI could have also called this UIA guest page GLOBAL CHANGE or LOCAL AND GLOBAL CHANGE - as my work started aboutglobal environmental issues in 1988 with such wide and universal themes. Only because I was involved in two or more projects at that time,and have a certain background which was about preparing and documenting decisions and presenting results, I was able to make the bridge,combine what normally is not seen as one - or in one solution. As both project concepts are not only of wider interest and unique in theirapproach, specially in their time we are proposing here to follow each background independently and then join in again the flow of events.HARMONIZATION GLOBAL CHANGEThe first and most central entry points have been arounda G7 and SRU German Environmental experts initiative The other started with the GLOBAL CHANGE conferencewhich was taken up by the UN- Environment ProgrammeUNEP - HEM. late 1980 -- 1992 1988 in Moscow. Germany and other countries had been invited to present „Challenges to Science and Politics“ in form of Conferences and Exhibitions. As I was invited to contribute I had to think anew on how such complex Issues could be communicated to the broader public, raising awareness and consciousness, and being correct and helpful for scientists, politicians, and industry at the same time. I go public now 1998 as after having this touring exhibition 8 years in Germany, but never been shown outside Germany, and being updated and in high demand, there is high danger of losing this piece and milestone. Politics look east and local when the exhibition was opened in May 1990. The result we have no public eye and information about the exhibition, its scope and results. As this is fatal in my view, I fee I have to change and address that.
  • 18. Gestaltungs-Competence 1 & 7 To create knowledge in a spirit of openness to the world,1. integrating new perspectives To be able to reflect upon one’s own principles7. and those of others
  • 19. Multimedia Where do we go from here ?International CODATA Symposium on Multimedia in Science and Technology - MIST 2005 - European Academy, Berlin, Germany September 19-20, 2005 International ICSU-CODATA Symposium Berlin, ICSU - International Council of Scientific Unions, CODATA- Committee on Data for Science and Technology Using Maps and Models, SuperSigns and SuperStructures Heiner Benking
  • 20. EWOC 04, Toronto, October 2004SYSTEMS ENCYCLOPEDIA Vol. 22, no. 1Official Newsletter of the (October 2004)International Federation of Systems ResearchSECOND EDITIONOF THE INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIAOF SYSTEMS AND CYBERNETICSCharles François (editor), KG Saur Verlag-Thomson, München, 2004Updated and augmented in more than 740 pages, 1700articles, some of them with figures, tables and diagrams,and 1500 bibliographical references.
  • 21. Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin – BBKBerliner Bibliothekswissenschaftliches Kolloquiums 25. Mai 200416:00 Uhr Rundgespräch im Cum Laude Encyclopedias & Atlases in Libraries Future Aspects in regard to systematic neo-pragmatic thinking along and across representations, systems, concepts, and models18:00 Uhr Vortrag in der Saur Bibliothek Systemics as a general integrated language of concepts and models Charles François Founder and Editor of the International Encyclopedia of Systems and Cybernetics Heiner Benking Independent Facilitator and Futurist Member of the Academic Advisory Board of the Encyclopaedia of Systems and Cybernetics
  • 22. http://benking.de/systems/encyclopedia/newterms/
  • 23. SOILS and HUMUSsee as a started this new FILM (2009)Humus - Forgotten climate aid - Theimplications are immense, see also theIgnorance statement in the beginning ofthis presentation, BioChar and TerraPreta. and another You Tube clipBiochar - agrichar - Terra Preta.
  • 24. BerlinConference2010pls. also seenot-accepted papersfor the BC-2010 ! pl see r u akan e a mo h r l t s e se e t e d r abo s i o spe g e - tw h from this BC2010 and other sources relevant for CANCUN
  • 25. Breaking Down New Walls 10th Annual Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, Berlin, November, 9-11 2009 How about that for a beginning?Eleanor Ostrom, Economy and Political Sciences, Nobel Prize Lecture, Dec, 8., 2009• multi-perspective • not chaotic – but complex• multi-positional and multi-centric • common pool resources and sets• mix of scales • common analytical tools and language• nested • common and diverse regimes• meta-data analysis research included across scales• diversity of rules and systems • communication and agent-based models• coping with dilemmas • clarifying concepts, trust and reputation• multi-level •….More:Governing the Commons: The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action Ostrom, Elinor, Cambridge University Press, 1990Understanding Institutional Diversity Ostrom, Elinor, Princeton, Princeton University Press. 2005.Understanding Knowledge as a Commons: From Theory to Practice Ostrom, Elinor and Hess, Charlotte, Editors, The MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2006
  • 26. Breaking Down New Walls 10th Annual Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, Berlin, November, 9-11 2009 Third session:Walls of menace to the EnvironmentBreaking down the walls that constrain environmental and sustainabledevelopment prospects). [Audio and Video]New Science, new Language, new Thinking ?HOW ABOUT?OLD and proven, traditional and NEW Thinking and Doing and Sharing ?[more]: New Renaissance 3, UN COP15 – UNFCCC side events Copenhagen 2009, Continuously updated this Blog: www.quergeist.info
  • 27. Breaking Down New Walls 10th Annual Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates, Berlin, November, 9-11 2009  Whoever imagines mental deep permeable barriers which actually do not exist  and then thinks them away, has understood the world.  As space is entrapped in geometrys network of lines,  thought is caught in its (own) inherent laws.  Maps make the world comprehensible to us;  we are still waiting for the star-maps of the spirit.  In the same way than ambling through fields  we risk getting lost,Interview, Panel-Discussion, …. the spirit negotiates its terrain. Friedrich Rückert, Wisdom of the Brahmins a didactic poem, Charles T. Brooks in 1882Friedrich RückertDie Weisheit des Brahmanen, * this is a critical translation issue:ein Lehrgedicht in Bruchstücken WALLS a& BOUNDARIES are „man-made“ – have no equivalent inWerke, Band 2, Leipzig und Wien Nature. The term Schranken therfore can be trasnlated as restraining[1897], S. 50-51. bounds, or semiphors, barriers & temporary permeable or translucent / transparent material/strata/membranes/transition zones).
  • 28. Kurt Hanks, OUT OF THE BOX THINKING see: Creating a Driving Vision (PDF) and Getting out of THE BOX
  • 29. Kurt Hanks, OUT OF THE BOX THINKING
  • 30. Kurt Hanks, PARADIGM MAPPINGhttp://hanksconsulting.com/page10.html
  • 31. Kurt Hanks, PARADIGM MAPPING
  • 32. FOOT PRINT HAND PRINT MIND PRINT
  • 33. g . u o p m y s n i l r e bKeywords: Knowledge Organization, Rough Overview Orientation / Survey knowledge, Structured Dialogic Design (SDD), Open Government, Cogniscope, Multitrack- Diplomacy, Education, Policy, Transdisciplinarity, Open-Forum,General Geography, 21stCenturyAgora, SuperSigns, SuperStructures, Governance, Dialog, Stammtisch 2.0 / 3.0,Global Embodied Covenant, Dialog-Conversation, Participatory Futures, Futures Creation
  • 34. g . u o p m y s n i l r e bPlease note:This contribution was announced on short notice, to take right after the PRESSCONFERENCE at the very end of the 3 days of “EXPLORING THE DIGITAL FUTURE”. Therewas not time to prepare a WHITE PAPER on October 28– so this can follow here and needsto be updated and improved !!I have added and linked KEYWORDS (below) so some material on the way can be easilyaccessed. More, like on last years Berlin 100, 200, 300 years celebrations, follow from thenext slides.The next slides – some of them have been presented in Berlin – were taken from theGYC 2011 conference the author presented in Geneva in October.The collection below will be changed in the next months ! I AM IN THE PROCESS OFRECORDING WITH AUDIO the following set of slides – SO PLEASE COME BACK !!Keywords: Knowledge Organization, Rough Overview Orientation / Survey knowledge, Structured Dialogic Design (SDD), Open Government, Cogniscope, Multitrack- Diplomacy, Education, Policy, Transdisciplinarity, Open-Forum, General Geography, 21stCenturyAgora, SuperSigns, SuperStructures, Governance, Dialog, Stammtisch 2.0 / 3.0,Global Embodied Covenant, Dialog-Conversation, Participatory Futures, Futures Creation
  • 35. e – DISCUSSION ON ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTyoarhgitnelpmI"agreed goals and commitmentsin regard to sustainable development". N) Proposal for Anna-Lindh-Foundation,  European – Mediteranian Countries, Berlin-Alexandria 2008. Transcultural Dialog and Peace-Making Roundtable learning from experience during the last 40 years and new ideas   Stumbling blocks preventing true dialog, peace-making, and reconciliation: 1) we fight over words but do not check the meaning, 2) we do not question and compare the values attached to statements and attitudes, 3) we do not contextualize and embody concepts and meaning, do not check the sectors, regions, scales, proportions and consequences of alternative actions, 4) we do not give voice, empower, listen, cherish and cultivate difference or variety in dialog and decision making, 5) Disorientation and dumbing-down in Cyberculture and a mis-administered and misunderstood, intangible “Globalisation / Glocalisation”: Where we get overloaded by communication noise (sign/symbol melange) and media demagogy which means: no trust and fidelity in the statements and no ways and means to check the credibility and impact/relevance, and get lost between the scales, brackets, and sectors. 6) The above incompatibility and incomparability opens the door for over-claims and oversimplifications. Leaders use intangible jargon (plastic-words), neglect impacts and avoid instead of exploring differences and alternatives.                           UN – ECOSOC- AMR 2008: http://www.quergeist.net/AMR-2008/ http://www.un.org/ecosoc/newfunct/Responses_in_Full-Part_I.pdf
  • 36. http://mattersofconsequence.com/MOCfig2.htmlhttp://mattersofconsequence.com/index.html