Collaborative Consumption & Sharing Economy Pecha Kucha presentation

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A presentation of 20 slides each lasting 20 seconds that was recently used to introduce the emerging #SharingEconomy to an audience in London from the Jewish Community.

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  • Ideas that have changed the world, this is changing the world and if all of you are brainwashed (I mean convinced) by me tonight, then together with thousands of other sharers we might just change the world
  • Collaborative Consumption & Sharing Economy Pecha Kucha presentation

    1. 1. David BrownSocial Action Coordinator, JHub@liveinthegrey @BigGreenJewishfacebook.com/BigGreenJewishJewishgeekandproud.wordpress.com
    2. 2. #SharingEconomy
    3. 3. The challenge? Me too!I’m bored!
    4. 4. The challenge: Hyper consumptionOver the last three decades we shifted from beingconsumers to being turbo consumers…We stoppedcomparing ourselves with the Joneses and attemptedinstead to match up to the Beckhams- Neal Lawson, All Consuming
    5. 5. The challenge: Degradation of earth and its natural resources
    6. 6. The challenge: Consumer economies create wealth & jobs „cos we are living in a material world and I am a material girl
    7. 7. The idea: From ownership to access “Fancy cars that go very fast, You know, they never last, no no”
    8. 8. The idea: From stuff to experiences
    9. 9. The idea: Giving people what they want NOW
    10. 10. The idea: Empowering people, generating trust and building community
    11. 11. Is this Jewish? Well it is Jew-ishLimits on ownership and consumption “It‟s all an illusion… There‟s too much confusion”
    12. 12. Avoid wanton destruction & waste of natural resources. Take care of the earth
    13. 13. But Judaism is not completely anti materialism and consumption
    14. 14. Rambam – everything in moderationLet a person not…go to the opposite extreme, not to eatmeat, drink wine, marry, live in a nice house or dress infine clothes…`Is not what the Torah has forbidden enough that youhave to forbid for yourself other things?!.(Maimonides, Mishneh Torah, Laws of Opinions 3:1)
    15. 15. In Jewish practice as well as values…the Gemach
    16. 16. Resources

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