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So c schumacher north workshop

  1. 1. School of Commoning cic Education for Commons Culture & Social RenewalCommons Workshops on behalf of Schumacher North
  2. 2. COMMONS RESOURCES The Biosphere The Physiosphere The Noosphere Natural or Material Commons or Immaterial or Inherited Common Stock Cultural Commons
  3. 3. COMMONS RESOURCES STEWARDED IN PROVIDED BY A COMMONS PARTNER STATE COMMON POOL PUBLIC GOODS RESOURCES Source: James Quilligan Seminar Autumn 2011
  4. 4. KEY FEATURES MOVING FROM I TO WE NETWORKED CIVIL SOCIETY - 21ST CENTURY COMMONING :-) SOCIAL CHARTERS CO-PRODUCTION CO-GOVERNANCE & ORGANIZATIONAL MODELS - TOWARDS THE COMMONS TRUST - CIC’S, CLT’S Source: James Quilligan Seminar Autumn 2011
  5. 5. KEY FEATURES PARTNERSHIP GOVERNMENT CONSCIOUS MARKETS - CIC’S, CO- OPERATIVES, ETC COMMONS MONEY COMMONS PROPERTY COMMONS TRUSTS Source: James Quilligan Seminar Autumn 2011
  6. 6. PRINCIPLESPLURALISM -- A WIDE VARIETY OF STAKEHOLDERS PARTICIPATE INHORIZONTAL DECISION-MAKING OF ISSUES THAT AFFECT THEMSUBSIDIARITY -- CITIZENS TAKE DECISIONS AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLELEVEL OF AUTHORITYPOLYCENTRISM -- DECENTRALIZED MANAGEMENT IN THE USE,PROTECTION AND RESTORATION OF A RESOURCECHECKS & BALANCES -- STAKEHOLDERS CREATE PARTNERSHIPS FORGOVERNANCE, REBALANCING THE MARKET’S DOMINATION OFGOVERNMENT Source: James Quilligan Seminar Autumn 2011
  7. 7. PRINCIPLES RESOURCE USERSBECOME THE PRODUCERSOF THEIR OWN RESOURCES
  8. 8. COMMONS TIMELINE A Brief History of the Commons• < 10’000 BC Egalitarian Tribes - The peer 2 peer dynamic where users arethe producers of their own resources. Functional Components: Land• 10’000 BC Agricultural Revolution - 1st Economic Shift: onwards thingsbegan to change, then a division of labour and creation of cities in 4’000BC.Functional components: Land & Labour• 535 Emperor Justinian - res communes those resources that couldn’t beowned by private or public sector.
  9. 9. COMMONS TIMELINE A Brief History of the Commons• 1215 - Magna Carta, Charter of the Forest• 1300s - Enclosures began in Europe.• 1500s - 2nd Economic Shift: Science & Industrial Rev. Functional components: Land, Labour & Capital
  10. 10. COMMONS TIMELINE A Brief History of the Commons• 1960s - 3rd Economic Shift: Systems paradigm, electronic rev,instantaneous communication, internet.• 1968 - Garret T Hardin’s 1968 article in Science Magazine.• 1970s - Study of commons, discovered commons are a richsource of community and culture.• 2009 - Elinor Ostrom - Nobel Prize for Economics 2009 - was ahuge milestone for the commons movement.
  11. 11. THE END OF AN ERA When we look at the long history of the commons we can see that:Todays economy is not a recession. It is the end of an era
  12. 12. EXAMPLES - LOCAL COMMUNITY BILL OF RIGHTS Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund (CELDF) e.g, Ecuador adding Rights for Nature to its Constitutione.g., Pittsburgh stripping drilling corporations of corporate constitutional “rights,” such as corporate “personhood”
  13. 13. EXAMPLES - LOCAL FOOD COMMONS / FOOD SOVEREIGNTY
  14. 14. EXAMPLES - LOCAL COMMUNITY MANAGED FORESTS
  15. 15. EXAMPLES - LOCAL COMMUNITY MANAGED WATER SYSTEMS
  16. 16. EXAMPLES - LOCAL TRANSITION TOWNS
  17. 17. EXAMPLES - REGIONAL WANA FORUM CHARTER
  18. 18. EXAMPLES - REGIONAL GREAT LAKES COMMONS TRUSTS
  19. 19. EXAMPLES - REGIONAL ALASKA PERMANENT FUND
  20. 20. EXAMPLES - GLOBAL (PROPOSED) EARTH CLIMATE COMMONS TRUST
  21. 21. EXAMPLES - GLOBAL (PROPOSED) GLOBAL FINANCING OF COMMONS RESTORATION
  22. 22. EXAMPLES - GLOCAL OPEN SOURCE, FREE SOFTWARE, OPEN DESIGN
  23. 23. WE ARE EVERYWHERE The Landless WorkersSolidarity Economy De-Growth Movement / via Movement Movement CampesinoOpen Access Water Activism Open Education Publishing ResourcesP2P Design Transnational Tribes Transition Towns Free Software Creative Commons Maker Movement Pirate Parties Occupy Movement Public Banking

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