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    INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience INTI13 - Franck Dubois : Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal Resilience Presentation Transcript

    • Toward Ecoïsm on the Road ofSocietal ResilienceThe case of Fontaine dOuche area in Dijon (Burgundy, France)Author: Franck Dubois05/06/2013 Dubois / VeT MOVIDA - Dijon 2013 1
    • Toward Ecoïsm on the road of Societal ResilienceAtelier 2 : modélisation de la résilience territorialeModeling of Territorial Resilience
    • Context• People face the fear of a collective sclerosis– Doomsayer’s messages,– increasing complexity– unstable governanceEnhance a splitting vision of the worldA Fragmented perception of othercommunities
    • Ecoïsm
    • EcoïsmE·co·ism [IˈKɒʊɪzəm] noun1- the habit of valuing everything only in referenceto one communitys personal interest;2- collective selfishness dealing with the relationsand interactions between other groups* and theirenvironment;3-protection of its own territory in order to survive.Conccurency of other communities from which theannoyance should come from.• family – friends – colleagues – floor mates – block – neighborhood – city…
    • Is a National Resilience Possible?
    • Is a Local Resilience Possible?
    • 05/06/2013The Research program: VeT (Transition Towns)Galibert_Masselot_Dubois / VeT MOVIDA -Salerno 201210How to mobilize citizensaround eco-responsibleconducts ?
    • Communautary Resilience
    • From Fragmented Communities toCommon Resilience• What can support the bounce to socio-ecological transition?• The proposal attend to clarify the needs andthe use of what can change individual andcollective perception with a beneficialvoluntary action.
    • The Whole Community can Change ?• What can I do alone as individual?– Who participates ?– Who consult ?– Who transfer ?– Which legitimity to intervene?– Who decide?
    • Aim Target• To Contribute to an entire resilience of aCommunity• To contribute to the debate with modelizationtools• To be able to take into account hidden factors
    • Local Actors ‘s TypologyEnvironmentIndividualAssociationNonGouvernementalOrganisation(NGOs)Pro GroupsInterest GroupInternationalOrganisation(O.I.G.)Institutions
    • Example : Perceptions Institutions / Civil SocietyInstitutions Civil SocietyTheory ConcretUniversal Rules AdaptationCentralisation ActionThe Formal Perfection EfficiencyWriting World Whatever the ShapePrudence InitiativeMistrust Trust – DelegationNo real sanction Assess the OutcomesLess worry for dead lines Time is MoneySensivisity to medias Limited Sensivisity
    • Organisations Supranationles Européennnes
    • The Block Syndrome
    • Ecosystems Fragmentation• Each artificial phenomenom of spatialfragmentation can prevent someone to movewhere she/he/it should.
    • Biodiversity Fragmentation• Forests• Lanscapes
    • Natural Spaces Fragmented
    • Invisible Undesirable Consequences ?
    • Parallel Development of Communities• A Common Foundation– Transversality– Values– Rules– Rights• Autonomy– Emancipation– Empoyerment– Implemanting desires
    • Los Quipucamayocs
    • Los Quipucamayocs
    • Archaea : Single-cells micro groups
    • A Significant change needs a WholePerception• Nodes particularly hard to discover betweengroups;• Links that affect other groups• Underground element perception• Being able to streamline the conversionprocess
    • Cuzco : a transformation system model ?
    • Cuzco
    • Urban Sprawl in Cuzco : « Khipu » type
    • Habitats Fragmentation
    • Kingdoms for each salted lake
    • hydrographical basin deeply affected by HumanImpactHuman activity affected by hydrographical basinevolution
    • Budapest
    • Sofia
    • Contextuality of our research territory
    • Dijon a distant city outside FrenchKingdom
    • Dijon in 1574
    • The « Tour de France » in 1908
    • Consciousness of being a part of a NationalHeritage
    • French Networks built beside Dijon
    • An Urbral Element ?• Combined elements of the urban and ruralTryst Williams
    • Dijon in 1969
    • Fontaine d’Ouche in 1969
    • Fontaine d’Ouche in 1974
    • Statistical Division Map
    • Adaptive Cycle Resilience
    • Re-Ecological Connectivity• Eco-Bridges
    • Fontaine d’Ouche Bicycle path
    • Fontaine d’Ouche• The Neighborhood is becoming a green suretyfor Dijon conglomeration• Focusing on the River side and Natural spots
    • franck.dubois@u-bourgogne.frFRANCK DUBOIS