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  •           FUTURE      [RE]GENERATION                                             [  RE  ]     BUILDING   Sustainable   Vibrant   Resilient   LOCAL   Genera@ve   SYSTEMS  
  • A  few  stories  …   Sweden  –  Biofuel  Region   Singapore   Islanda  
  • A  few  stories  …   Totnes  -­‐  UK   Esalen  -­‐  California   Milano  2  -­‐  Itay   Findhorn  -­‐  Scotland   Ballle  –  US  and  Canada  
  • A  few  stories  …   Mondragon  -­‐  Spain  
  • “Voi  siete  una  Play  Factory:  perché  è  nel  gioco  che  l’essere  umano  esprime  il  massimo   della  sua  intelligenza”  con  questa  frase  nel  2007     Isao  Hosoe  definisce  il  Gruppo  Loccioni,  la  sua  passione  nel  fare,  il  lavoro  di  squadra,  il   conLnuo  progeMare.  
  • The  3  +  3  +  3  InternaLonal  References                                                                                                          
  • Society  4.0:   From  Ego-­‐systems  to   Eco-­‐systems  Society   System  Thinking   Necessary  RevoulLon   Theory  U   Blue  Economy   Natural  Capitalism   Permaculture   BALLE  –  Be  a  Localist   TransiLon  Town  Network   Global  Ecovillage  Network  
  • With  the  inspira@on  of  living   laboratories  like  Esalen  in  US,   Schumaker  College  in  England,   Findhorn  in  Scotland  and  many   others  around  the  world,     following  the  principles     developped  by  BALLE,   Transi@on  Town,  Permaculture,   Biotecture,  Sociocracy,  etc.,     using  the  modern  Systemic,     Collabora@ve  and  Crea@ve   approaches  developped  by   SoL  ,  Presencing  Ins@tute,  etc.     COULD  WE  THINK  TO  [RE]BUILDING  in  ITALY   SUSTAINABLE,  RESILIENT,  GENERATIVE  and  VIBRANT   LOCAL  SYSTEMS  ?  
  • 22.000  organizaLons  working  to  rebuilding  Sustainable  local     Economies  in  USA  and  Canada,  in  80  local  communiLes  
  • An  ecovillage  is  an  intenLonal  or  tradiLonal  community  using  local  parLcipatory   processes  to  holisLcally  integrate  ecological,  economic,  social,  and  cultural  dimensions   of  sustainability  in  order  to  regenerate  social  and  natural  environments.  
  • Scotland  -­‐  Findhorn  
  • Australia-­‐Water  Cristal  
  • Costa  Rica  –  Gaia  Vista  
  • Thinking  with  a  Systemic  Mindset  
  • If  you  are  aware  to  be  part  of  the  problem  …  
  •    If  you  agree  that  we  need  “The  Necessary  Revolu0on”  …   INDUSTRIAL     ERA   Fossil  fuels     Global  Produc@on     Waste  and  waste     Standardizza@on     Maximize  income       By  Peter  Senge   POST-­‐INDUSTRIAL     ERA   energy   food   materials   variety   Social  well-­‐being   Sun     Local     No  waste     Diversity     Rela@onships    
  • Crescita Aria Pulita Acqua potabile Terreni fertile Impollinazione Clima stabile Salute vs Stress Sicurezza vs Paura Armonia sociale vs Sfiducia Pace vs Conflitto inesoravile Crescita Sistema ecologico Sistema sociale Rigenerazione Rigenerazione Coltivazione Risorse naturali PRODOTTI   Estrazione consumo Produzione Risorse  non     rigeneraLve   Rifiuti Accumulo  di  rifiuL   Rifiuti    
  • Designing  with  Permaculture  Principles  
  • Natural  Capitalism:  CreaLng  the  Next  Industrial  RevoluLon   is  a  1999  book  co-­‐authored  by  Paul  Hawken,  Amory  Lovins   and  Hunter  Lovins.  It  has  been  translated  into  a  dozen   languages  and  was  the  subject  of  a  Harvard  Business  Review   summary.[2]   In  Natural  Capitalism  the  authors  describe  the  global   economy  as  being  dependent  on  natural  resources  and   ecosystem  services  that  nature  provides.  Natural  Capitalism   is  a  criLque  of  tradiLonal  "Industrial  Capitalism",  saying  that   the  tradiLonal  system  of  capitalism  "does  not  fully  conform   to  its  own  accounLng  principles.  It  liquidates  its  capital  and   calls  it  income.  It  neglects  to  assign  any  value  to  the  largest   stocks  of  capital  it  employs  -­‐  the  natural  resources  and  living   systems,  as  well  as  the  social  and  cultural  systems  that  are   the  basis  of  human  capital."   Natural  capitalism  recognizes  the  criLcal  interdependency   between  the  producLon  and  use  of  human-­‐made  capital   and  the  maintenance  and  supply  of  natural  capital.[3]  The   authors  argue  that  only  through  recognizing  this  essenLal   relaLonship  with  the  Earth's  valuable  resources  can   businesses,  and  the  people  they  support,  conLnue  to  exist.  
  • “Respond  to  basic  needs  with  what  you  have,   introducing  innova0ons  inspired  by  nature,   genera0ng  mul0ple  benefits,  including  jobs   and  social  capital,  offering  more  with  less:  This   is  the  Blue  Economy.”   Gunter  Pauli,  ini@ator  of  the  Blue  Economy     The  Blue  Economy  is  a  progressive   metamorphosis  from  the  Green  Economy.   Based  on  the  noLon  of  thinking  ahead  so  as  to   create  more  good,  instead  of  less  bad,  it  uses   strategic,  opportunity-­‐driven  raLonale  to   connect  the  environmental,  social  and   financial  puzzle.  It  is  a  business  response  to  a   changing  economic  landscape  in  which   resource  depleLon  and  social  costs  are   unsustainable.    
  • The  Blue  Economy:  10  years  -­‐  100  innovaLons  -­‐  100  million   jobs  is  a  book  by  Gunter  Pauli.  The  book  expresses  the   ulLmate  aim  that  a  Blue  Economy  business  model  will  shik   society  from  scarcity  to  abundance  "with  what  we  have",     by  tackling  issues  that  cause  environmental  and  related   problems  in  new  ways.  The  book  highlights  potenLal   benefits  in  connecLng  and  combining  seemingly  disparate   environmental  problems  with  open-­‐source  scienLfic   soluLons  based  upon  physical  processes  common  in  the   natural  world,  to  create  soluLons  that  are  both   environmentally  beneficial  and  which  have  financial  and   wider  social  benefits.     The  book  suggests  that  we  can  alter  the  way  in  which  we   run  our  industrial  processes  and  tackle  resultant   environmental  problems,  refocusing  from  the  use  of  rare   and  high-­‐energy  cost  resources  to  instead  seek  soluLons   based  upon  simpler  and  cleaner  technologies.  The  book   aims  to  inspire  entrepreneurs  to  adopt  its  insights,  by   demonstraLng  ways  in  which  this  can  create  economic   benefits  via  job  creaLon,  reduced  energy  use,  and  more   revenue  streams  from  each  step  of  the  process,  at  the  same   Lme  benefiLng  the  communiLes  involved  
  •  ECO-­‐DISTRICT-­‐  Integrated,  MulL-­‐level,  SRGV  Local  System   Leadership  Disciplines   Mouvements  for  Change     System  Thinking   Necessary  RevoulLon   Theory  U  -­‐  Society  4.0   Sustainability  Methodologies   Wholistic Schools Local  examples   Scale     100   Live  Local     km   Alberta  -­‐  US         10   TransiLon   km   Totnes  -­‐  UK         1     Findhorn  Eco   km   Village  -­‐  UK         0,1   Esalen     InsLtute  -­‐  US   km    
  • Minerals,  not  reneuvable  resources   PolluLon,  Waste  
  • RE-LOCALISATION Reinforcing and recreating local links External links dominant Internal links dominant
  • Local  Systems  :  Linear  or  Circular  ?  
  • Local  Systems  :  Linear  or  Circular  ?  
  • Local  Systems  :  Linear  or  Circular  ?   History  :  Linear  o  Circular  ?  
  • Local  Systems  :  Linear  or  Circular  ?   History  :  Linear  o  Circular  ?  
  • Goal:  economic  growth  
  • Goal:  human  wellbeing  
  • REQUEST OFFER Mainstream  Economy  ‘s  Market  
  • ExisLng  AcLviLes   New  AcLviLes   REQUEST OFFER Vibrant  Local  System’  s  Market   8  categories  of  people   4  categories  of  ciLzens  
  • Whole Systems Thinking: Town or City Scale
  • CLOSED  LOOPS  IN  A  ZERI-­‐SUPPORTED     ENTERPRISE  CLUSTER  
  • Human  needs  
  • To  develop  the  Enterprises  we  need  …       Profitability             HYBRID     BUSINESS   ENTERPRISE       Social  Mission   From  OMo  Scharmer  –  Society  4.0                           Environmental   objecLves    
  • Local  Currency  
  •   Thank  You!       For  more  informaLon  and  the  next  steps,  write  to:   luigi.spiga@solitaly.org