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Glocal Food for Thought
Sustaining Cities & Eco-Regions:
             ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
Bee Hive @ Energy Resilient
        ORG. PURPOSE =
        40 LB. HONEY/YR
   Conformity Enforcers
   Diversity Generato...
World Threats:
                                                                            Energy
                        ...
Traditional View of Sustainable Development




                     Economy




         Social
                         ...
Reframe: Sustainable Eco-Region




          Bioregion
    Environment @ Context

            ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
Resilience in the System
 <100,000 to 1750 +/-
             Living off
              renewable food
             Capital...
<Resilience in the System
    >1750 – 19xx?
              Living off large
               part of
               Renewabl...
No Resilience in the System
         1960 +/-
               Living off Seed
                Grain
               Capita...
No Recovery in the System
         2000?
              Consuming
               Capital @ Seed
               Grain
     ...
©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
Criteria
 The criteria focus on a holistic approach to Sustainability in cities and
  integrate different types of resourc...
©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
APPLICANTS
Chihuahua Curitiba Elblag Fort Collins Gdansk City
Hall Gdynia Gemeente Heerlen Helsingborg Hitesh
Bhatt Kielce...
Globe Awards – Sustainable City Overview – How I Applied Criteria

  1. 5 points for Holistic Approach – Types of Capitals...
1. Environment




3. Human                    7. Financial




2. Social
5. Culture                  4. Technical
6. Poli...
4 Quadrant Map

   3. Human & Intellectual                                          7. Financial Capital
    Captital


...
SCORING SHEET


1. Holistic                 3. Results        4. Level of             5. Summary
                 2. Objec...
My point scoring :
1.5 Points for for holistic approach         4. 5 Points for Level of Innovation
      with points for ...
KPI
Environment    Waterway restoration: 22km restored; 81% of the total length (27km).

 River water circulation: 20,000 ...
Facility              Bicycle road: 110km constructed (26.5km of outer beltway for
                                       ...
KPI
                The objectives of the city council for 2012 are:
 1.        The reduction of energy consumption of the...
KPI




©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
KPI
   Implantation of 2 new parks (+ 200,000 m2 of green areas equipped). Identification of
     1,000 private areas with...
Sustainable Community Award
            2010
          With World Bank  Globe Forum Foundation


     Identify one communi...
A community is a social group whose
members reside in a specific locality, are
administered by some form of common
  local...
Traditional View of Sustainable Development




                     Economy




         Social
                         ...
Most definitions of sustainability encompass three
fundamental elements: consumption balanced with supply, the
  interconn...
4 Quadrant Map

   3. Human  Intellectual                                          7. Financial Capital
    Captital



...
A sustainable community demonstrates significant
      progress towards four fundamental aspects:

    Society – Is the co...
©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
RENAISSANCE2 AGENDA 2010
1. RETROFIT – designing, building and retrofitting resilient habitats and transport
             ...
City
                            Community


                            4 Quadrant
                            8 Levels o...
Abbots ford Com paris on Capacity/Stops /Im prove s
                                       2003


45%




40%




35%




...
Random 250 Comparative Well/NOT/Better

                                                       All


           35%



   ...
Interns Survey

                                Comparative Works Well/Not Well/Better
                                   ...
Thought Leaders
                       Comparative Works Well/Not Well/Better
                                      n=12

...
Welcoming  Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford
       © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
Welcoming  Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford
       © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
Welcoming  Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford
       © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
Welcoming  Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford
       © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
Welcoming  Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford
       © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
Welcoming  Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford
       © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
Welcoming  Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford
       © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
Welcoming  Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford
       © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
Simple, low cost, low technology
  approach provides clear insight into
how resources, taxes and grants can be
best invest...
How City/Community Measures Capacity


                 16 %    13

                                                Combo ...
How City/Community Allocates
         Resources
    3 %    9%



     12 %



                            76 %




       ...
Food for Thought:
    How to think BIG enough??

   What is an
    evolutionary
    perspective on
    Food / Life
    Re...
Human Hives are Living
Complex Adaptive
System(s)
   Indicators  Awards
    must recognize 
    reward:
    •   Holons
  ...
Human Hive Generational Cycle
                                                        *
    Panarchy, Gunderson  Holling, ...
Resilience in the System
         2010+
             Live off renewable
              interest = Food /
              Ene...
Master
 Rule
      Take care of yourself
     Take care of each other
     Take care ofHamilton PhD CGA
              ©Mar...
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  1. 1. Glocal Food for Thought Sustaining Cities & Eco-Regions: ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  2. 2. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  3. 3. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  4. 4. Bee Hive @ Energy Resilient ORG. PURPOSE = 40 LB. HONEY/YR  Conformity Enforcers  Diversity Generators  Inner Judges  Resource Shifters  Intragroup Competitors  Sustain Hive & Eco-Region ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  5. 5. World Threats: Energy / Entropy Depth (TIME) Human-Environment Years BP Complex Neocortex Boundary Early Societies ~ 10E+03 Civilization Psycho-Cultural-Social ~ 10E+04 Tribes/Clans Neocortex -Limbic Systems Organic Compounds/Cells Heterotrophic Anthroposphere Bio-Genes Ecosystems ~ 10E+05 Inorganic Compounds Earth-Cosmos Food Climatic Systems Biosphere ~ 10E+06 Boundary Climate Rocks, Minerals, Rivers Oceans, Lakes, Atoms-Molecules-Gases ~ 10E+07 Atmosphere Planetary Systems Water Hydrosphere Sub-Atomic Particles ~ 10E+08 Stars, Galaxies Energy Pulsars Quasars, Lithosphere Energy/Source ~ 10E+09 Solar System Universe (Big Bang!) ? ~10E+20 ~10E+10 ~10E+5 ~10E+03 ~10E+02 -meters- ~10E-01 ~10E-02 ~10E-05 ~10E-10 ~10E-20 ? Span (LR-UR External/Physical Perspective) © Brian Eddy PhD Cand. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  6. 6. Traditional View of Sustainable Development Economy Social Environment ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  7. 7. Reframe: Sustainable Eco-Region Bioregion Environment @ Context ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  8. 8. Resilience in the System <100,000 to 1750 +/-  Living off renewable food  Capital @ Seed Grain • Interest = Daily Food Stores • Withdrawals = Daily Shopping Basket
  9. 9. <Resilience in the System >1750 – 19xx?  Living off large part of Renewables  Capital @ Seed Grain • Interest = Food Stores • Withdrawals = Daily Shopping Bag
  10. 10. No Resilience in the System 1960 +/-  Living off Seed Grain  Capital @ Seed Grain • Withdrawals = Daily Shopping Cart
  11. 11. No Recovery in the System 2000?  Consuming Capital @ Seed Grain  Capital @ Seed Grain = • Withdrawals= Daily Shopping Carts
  12. 12. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
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  16. 16. Criteria The criteria focus on a holistic approach to Sustainability in cities and integrate different types of resources or capital for a better future in cities around the world. The conceptual approach includes consideration of different types of capital: Environmental Capital - Natural Resources Preservation Social Capital - Well-being and Social Relations Human and Intellectual Capital - Innovation and Social Intelligence Technical and Infrastructure Capital - Transportation and ICT Culture and Leisure Capital - Experience Political Capital - Confidence and Public Trust Financial Capital - Assets and Financial Management The cities needs to demonstrate one or more special initiatives that it has undertaken in the last two years in one or more of the various types of capital above in order to reach a more sustainable future. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
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  18. 18. APPLICANTS Chihuahua Curitiba Elblag Fort Collins Gdansk City Hall Gdynia Gemeente Heerlen Helsingborg Hitesh Bhatt Kielce City1 - Downtown Revitalize Kielce City 4 - Amphitheatre Kielce City5 – Geopark Kielce City2 Alternative culture Kielce City3 KMGIS Leszno1 (Urząd Miasta Leszna) Leszno2 tourism Lidköpings LODZ Sports & Ent LODZ Revit Centre LODZ Green Ring Madrid City Council Malmö Murcia Olsztyn Opole 1 waste treatment Opole 2 Strat plan Planeación Poznan City1 Poznan City2 Poznan City3 Poznan City4 Poznan City5 Song-pa Gu Stargard Szczeciński Svetlogorsk, Gomel region, Belarus Sydney Vadodara Vancouver Växjö Municipality PhD CGA ©Marilyn Hamilton
  19. 19. Globe Awards – Sustainable City Overview – How I Applied Criteria 1. 5 points for Holistic Approach – Types of Capitals Involved Grouped according approximately to an Integral City Framework. Environment Subjective Objective Internal External Individual Individual Inter-subjective Inter- Internal Collective Objective External Collective ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  20. 20. 1. Environment 3. Human 7. Financial 2. Social 5. Culture 4. Technical 6. Political ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  21. 21. 4 Quadrant Map  3. Human & Intellectual  7. Financial Capital Captital Subjective Objective  2. Social Capital Intersubjective Interobjective  4. Technical &  5. Culture & Leisure Infrastructure Capital  6. Political Capital ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  22. 22. SCORING SHEET 1. Holistic 3. Results 4. Level of 5. Summary 2. Object- approach – measured with innovation for the of strategic ives for which types relevant KPI´s initiative - describe learnings the of capital are linked to the the uniqueness or from the initiative part of the different types why this initiative initiative to (long and initiative? of capital and adds new share short And how both long and knowledge globally and term) they are short term regarding creating to inspire involved? objectives. more sustainable other cities cities. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  23. 23. My point scoring : 1.5 Points for for holistic approach 4. 5 Points for Level of Innovation with points for capitals Slight improvement represented: Moderate improvement 1/5 Major improvement 2/5 Extends prior capability/capacity 3/5 exponentially 4/5 Never before done, truly new 5/5 5. 5 Points for Summary of 2. 5 Points for Objectives Strategic Learnings Short Term = 2 Clear Long Term = 3 Succinct Strategic 3. 5 Points for KPI Compelling Must relate to Criteria 1 above and be Inspiring specifically defined ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  24. 24. KPI Environment Waterway restoration: 22km restored; 81% of the total length (27km). River water circulation: 20,000 tons per day in Seongnae River; 15,000 tons per day in Jangji River Water quality - Seongnae River: BOD=3.29, SS=13.74 in 2002 → BOD=2.91, SS=10.41 in 2009 - Tan River: BOD=10.31, SS=14.33 in 2004 → BOD=7.16, SS=9.40 in 2009 Increased diversity in the life forms in Seongnae River - 36 types of birds, 7 types of fish, 126 types of insects, 1 type of amphibia - 17 types of invertebrate animals at river bottom - Inhabitation of boreal digging frogs (level 2 extinction-risk animal) - Inhabitation of corbiculas and marsh snails (found only in cleanest waters) Urban afforestation - Green zone area: 279,259㎡ in 2001 → 834,721㎡ in 2009 (200% increase) - Number of trees: 880,013 in 2001 → 2,485,714 in 2009 (182% increase) - Wall-planting: wall space of 1,025㎡ planted per year on average (2,342㎡ in ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA 2003 → 6,151㎡ in 2009)
  25. 25. Facility Bicycle road: 110km constructed (26.5km of outer beltway for bicycles) Urban water parks: 15 established (2 in 2003 → 15 in 2009) Number of visitors to Seongnae River Water Park: 330,000 per year (up to 5,000 per day) Satisfaction Happiness (Seoul survey in 2008): 7.0 (highest in all of Seoul) Level Satisfaction with natural environment (Seoul survey in 2008): 6.24 (highest in all of Seoul) Satisfaction with living environment (Seoul survey in 2008): economic/social environment: highest in all of Seoul Resident survey - General satisfaction level: increased each year in the past 4 years (83.1% in 2009) - Perception of Songpa District: environment-friendly city (32.5%) Environmental awards 2009 LivCom Awards 2009 Award in the area of natural city Selected as Green City 2008 ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  26. 26. KPI The objectives of the city council for 2012 are: 1. The reduction of energy consumption of the Town Hall itself by over 10 %. 2. Homes and facilities built within the municipality with the use of solar power for sanitary hot water (80% of new buildings). 3. Homes built in the municipality under bio-climatic and/or sustainable architecture criteria (25 % of newly built homes). 4. Schools / academic centers in the municipality with photovoltaic equipment (25 % of schools / academic centers). 5. The incorporation of low energy consumption and ecologic fuel operated vehicles to local public transportation. 6. The introduction of efficiency and energy saving criteria in municipal contracts for services / municipal works and in tender offers. 7. Increase the number of citizens aware of the importance of energy saving, above all among immigrants, women, the elderly and students Long term objectives for the 2020 are explained in the Sustainable Energy Action Plan which is currently being revised. The key kpi can be seen at: http://www.energiamurcia.eu/pdf/CAMBIO_CLIMATICO.pdf . ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  27. 27. KPI ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  28. 28. KPI Implantation of 2 new parks (+ 200,000 m2 of green areas equipped). Identification of 1,000 private areas with potential to become MNHPR (+ 14 million m2 of remaining forests). Identification of 100 public areas with potential to become Urban Biodiversity Conservancy Groves (+ 1 million m2 of remaining forests). Implementation of 3 MNHPR (+ 37,600 m2 of protected green areas). Implementation of 1 Biodiversity Conservancy Grove (+ 10,000 m2 of protected green areas). Native trees planting (+ 80,000 seedlings planted). Eradication of invading exotic plants (1,000 exotic plants eradicated). Conclusion of all the studies for the Barigui River basin revitalization (the Barigui River Basin Revitalization Project). Relocation of families from the Barigui River basin (750 out of the 1,159 families are being relocated in 2010). Curitiba's Avifauna survey (400 species identified). Survey on butterflies (500 species). Conservancy of the red- tailed Amazon (3 offsprings were captive breeded). Breeding of the red-browed Amazon (3 offsprings were born in captivity). Implementation of the first step of the Green Line (a complete avenue: mass transportation corridor, traffic lanes, cycling facilities, sidewalks and linear park). Use of biofuel in the Green Line busses (25% less smoke and 30% less carbon monoxide emissions). Tube-stations climatized by a clean system (the system doesn't harm the ozone layer). Control of the carbon monoxide emissions (in 2008, 761 tons’ reduction of carbon monoxide emissions and, in 2009, the reduction was of 22 tons per month). Implementation of 5 separation and recycling parks (500 Ecocitizens benefit). Collection of used cooking oil (since March 2007 over 58,000 litres were transformed). Collection of old tires (every six months, 500 tons of old tires transformed). Beginning of the implementation of the garbage recycling and processing ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD the garbage collected in industry (85% of all CGA Curitiba's Metropolitan Region will be transformed).
  29. 29. Sustainable Community Award 2010 With World Bank Globe Forum Foundation Identify one community that best embodies the fundamental aspects of a sustainable community and enacts them in a way that represents the highest value for the investment made Commitment to sustainability is measured in terms of community impact rather than high economic investment. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  30. 30. A community is a social group whose members reside in a specific locality, are administered by some form of common local governance or inherent political structure, interact economically and socially and often have a common cultural, geographic and historical heritage. Communities are expected to exceed populations of 100,000. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  31. 31. Traditional View of Sustainable Development Economy Social Environment ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  32. 32. Most definitions of sustainability encompass three fundamental elements: consumption balanced with supply, the interconnectedness of social, environmental and economic considerations, and equity in access to resources. The predominant definition of sustainable development comes from the Brundtland Commission. Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. World Commission on Environment and Development. Our Common Future. (Oxford, Great Britain: Oxford University Press, 1987, page 8). (Frequently referred to as the Brundtland Report) ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  33. 33. 4 Quadrant Map  3. Human Intellectual  7. Financial Capital Captital Subjective Objective  2. Social Capital Intersubjective Interobjective  4. Technical  5. Culture Leisure Infrastructure Capital  6. Political Capital ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  34. 34. A sustainable community demonstrates significant progress towards four fundamental aspects: Society – Is the community developing strong and harmonious relationships between people, communities, regions and nations? Environment – Is the community consuming resources in balance with renewal and the assimilative capacity of ecosystems? Economy – Does the community create equitable opportunities for all? Are basic services met? Comprehensiveness – Has the community embodied sustainability as a fundamental element in its operations and planning? ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  35. 35. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  36. 36. RENAISSANCE2 AGENDA 2010 1. RETROFIT – designing, building and retrofitting resilient habitats and transport systems in existing urban areas, including social housing 2. MESHORG - transitioning modern post-modern organizations and networks into meshworks, including topics such as holacracy and requisite organizations 3. DEEPCOACH- exploring the frontiers of 21st century coaching including approaches such as integral coaching 4. TRANSLEAD - moving beyond integral leadership to transactivist leadership 5. INTEGOV - developing more integral systems of governance for at local, regional, national and global levels 6. GREENGROWTH - rethinking economics and strategy/policy for prosperity through green growth 7. BIORENEW - reforestation, biofuels and other applications of cutting edge biology, nanotech and genomics 8. GREENFUND - developing new approaches to finance R2 projects including green financing mechanisms and alternative currency approaches 9. DEEPCULTURE - what is going on in the worlds of entertainment and education to shift our culture to a wiser way of being and doing? 10. RENERG - pushing the envelope in renewable energy systems, from smart grids to intelligent transport systems. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  37. 37. City Community 4 Quadrant 8 Levels of Complexity Map of Capacities ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  38. 38. Abbots ford Com paris on Capacity/Stops /Im prove s 2003 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% Pur ple Red Blue Or ange Gr een Yellow Tur quoise Gr eat St ops Impr ov es
  39. 39. Random 250 Comparative Well/NOT/Better All 35% 30% 25% 20% % Choice 15% 10% 5% 0% Beige Purple Red Blue Orange Green Yellow Turquoise Values Well Not Better
  40. 40. Interns Survey Comparative Works Well/Not Well/Better n=216 35.00% 30.00% 25.00% 20.00% 15.00% 10.00% 5.00% 0.00% Beige Purple Red Blue Orange Green Yellow Turquoise Works Well Does Not Work Well Work Better
  41. 41. Thought Leaders Comparative Works Well/Not Well/Better n=12 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% Beige Purple Red Blue Orange Green Yellow Turquoise -5% Works Well Does Not Work Well Work Better
  42. 42. Welcoming Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
  43. 43. Welcoming Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
  44. 44. Welcoming Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
  45. 45. Welcoming Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
  46. 46. Welcoming Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
  47. 47. Welcoming Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
  48. 48. Welcoming Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
  49. 49. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  50. 50. Welcoming Inclusive Communities: Abbotsford © Integral City Meshworks Inc.
  51. 51. Simple, low cost, low technology approach provides clear insight into how resources, taxes and grants can be best invested to release the potential of the city ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  52. 52. How City/Community Measures Capacity 16 % 13 Combo of % 11 % 2,3,4 53 % Petals = 6% ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  53. 53. How City/Community Allocates Resources 3 % 9% 12 % 76 % ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  54. 54. Food for Thought: How to think BIG enough??  What is an evolutionary perspective on Food / Life Resilience? ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  55. 55. Human Hives are Living Complex Adaptive System(s)  Indicators Awards must recognize reward: • Holons • Social holons • Holarchies • Human Hive  Include individuals, enlightened enterprises,cities and eco-regions. ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  56. 56. Human Hive Generational Cycle * Panarchy, Gunderson Holling, 2002, The Fourth Turning, Strauss and Howe, 1997 + P O 2 Gen Y Young Adults/ Heros 3 Silents/ T Artists E N 1 Gen X 4 Boomer T Midlife/ Elders/ I Nomads Prophets A 3 Gen Z / L Artists + connections ©Marilyn Hamilton PhD CGA
  57. 57. Resilience in the System 2010+  Live off renewable interest = Food / Energy Renewables  Capital = Gaia • Interest = Renewables • Withdrawals = sustain eco- regions as well as hive
  58. 58. Master Rule Take care of yourself Take care of each other Take care ofHamilton PhD CGA ©Marilyn this place
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